States ranked by booster rates

The CDC's data tracker compiles data from healthcare facilities and public health authorities. It updates daily to report the total number of people in each state who have received COVID-19 boosters. The numbers reported by the CDC may vary from the numbers published on individual states' public health websites, as there may be reporting lags between the states and the CDC. 

As of Jan. 25, 84,800,209 Americans had received a booster, or 40.3 percent of the country's fully vaccinated population, according to the CDC's data.

Vermont has the highest rate of fully vaccinated people who have received boosters, according to the CDC's COVID-19 vaccine distribution and administration data tracker.

Here are the states and Washington, D.C., ranked by the percentage of their fully vaccinated residents who have received a booster:

Note: The list includes ties.

1. Vermont: ​​56.3 percent 

2. Minnesota: 52.9 percent

3. Wisconsin: 51.5 percent

4. Maine: 51.4 percent

5. Iowa: 49.4 percent

6. Rhode Island: 48.8 percent

7. Ohio: 48.5 percent

8. Michigan: 47.6 percent

9. Oregon: 47.1 percent 

10. Colorado: 46.9 percent 

11. Massachusetts: 46.6 percent 

12. Illinois: 46.1 percent 

      Nebraska: 46.1 percent

14. Connecticut: 45.9 percent

15. Washington: 45.8 percent

16. Maryland: 45.2 percent

17. New Mexico: 44.9 percent

18. Hawaii: 44.8 percent

19. Montana: 44.1 percent

20. Virginia: 42.4 percent

21. West Virginia: 42 percent

22. Indiana: 41.9 percent 

23. California: 41.1 percent 

      New Jersey: 41.1 percent

25. Delaware: 40.6 percent

       Kentucky: 40.6 percent

27. New York: 39.7 percent 

28. Tennessee: 39.6 percent

29. Wyoming: 39.4 percent

30. North Dakota: 39.1 percent

31. Idaho: 39 percent

      Pennsylvania: 39 percent

33. Kansas: 38.9 percent

34. Alaska: 38.8 percent

35. Missouri: 38.7 percent

36. South Dakota: 38.2 percent 

37. Florida: 36.6 percent 

38. Arizona: 36.3 percent 

39. South Carolina: 36.3 percent

40. Utah: 36.2 percent

41. Louisiana: 35.8 percent 

42. Arkansas: 35.6 percent 

43. Nevada: 34.8 percent

44. Oklahoma: 34.5 percent

45. Mississippi: 33.9 percent

46. Texas: 33.6 percent 

47. Georgia: 33 percent

48. Alabama: 32.4 percent 

49. District of Columbia: 32 percent

50. North Carolina: ​​23.5 percent

51. New Hampshire: 18.7 percent

 

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