Just under 64% of 12-15-year-olds and 72% of 16-17-year-olds have gotten at least one shot. Children under 12 are not yet eligible for the vaccine, and federal regulatory approval for shots in younger kids is not expected until well after the school year starts.
Vermont Coronavirus report (updated Wednesday, July 28)
44 new cases
↑ up from 11 yesterday
24,804 total cases
259 deaths total
37,107 partially vaccinated
426,607 fully vaccinated
593 daily doses administered
851.4K total doses administered
5 in hospital
↓ down from 6 yesterday
0 in ICU (0 yesterday)
6.74% partially vaccinated
77.43% fully vaccinated
84.17% received at least one dose
Vaccine data reported via the Vermont Department of Health. (Note: Vaccine data from June 10-14 was taken from the Vermont Forward Plan website.) Percent of population vaccinated based on the number of Vermonters aged 12 and above, Vermont Department of Health Population numbers (2019). Read VTDigger's Covid-19 stories here, and our liveblog with the latest livestream of the governor's pressers and cases by county here
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