75% of the elderly in the United States received the Corona vaccine

  • 75% of the elderly in the United States received the Corona vaccine which is very enormous vaccination rate.

The United States has succeeded in vaccinating 75% of the elderly with the “Covid-19” vaccine, which is an enormous vaccination rate in one of the countries most affected by the epidemic, but many states advanced more than that, and succeeded in vaccinating more than eight out of every 10 elderly, according to What was mentioned by the site Forbes.

About 41 million elderly Americans – or 75% of that age group – received at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, and 54.7% of Americans over the age of 65 were fully vaccinated, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Vermont is leading the country in vaccinating the elderly, with 88.9% of its elderly population receiving at least one dose, in part because the state made older adults eligible to get the vaccine before any other at-risk group.

In second place, “Connecticut”, “South Dakota” and “Maine and Rhode Island” vaccinated more than 84% of the elderly.

While “Massachusetts”, “New Hampshire”, “Minnesota”, “Wisconsin”, “Kansas”, “Delaware” and “Iowa” reached more than 80% of the elderly population.

Hawaii ranks No. 50, after vaccinating only 63.7% of the elderly, although the state’s overall vaccination rate is slightly higher than the national average. Perhaps because Hawaii made vaccinations available to people over 65 relatively late compared to some other states.

SOURCE AL-QABAS

Kaleem Shaik

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