Daily U.S. data on April 9

One in five Americans is fully vaccinated, according to the latest data posted on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website Thursday afternoon. A third of the population has received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.

The US is currently administering an average of 7 million vaccine doses per day over seven days as the daily case numbers remain below the winter peak but in line with the summer increase.

US percentage of the vaccinated population

More than 66 million Americans, or 20% of the population, are now fully vaccinated with one shot of the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine or two shots of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. About a third of the population has received at least one dose of vaccine.

One in four people over the age of 18 is fully vaccinated, and according to CDC data, nearly 60% of those over 65 are fully vaccinated.

US vaccine shots administered

After 3.4 million vaccinations on Thursday, the 7-day average of the administered doses is 3 million per day.

US Covid cases

The rate of new coronavirus cases in the US is well below its peak of around 250,000 new cases per day in January, but is closer to the numbers seen during the summer surge. In July, the average daily number of cases reached nearly 70,000.

The most recent 7-day average of new Covid-19 cases in the US is 66,000, according to Johns Hopkins University.

US Covid deaths

The 7-day average of Covid-19 deaths in the US is 978, according to Hopkins.

The nationwide trend in Covid deaths in the past few days is being influenced by a mass release of data from approximately 1,800 Oklahoma deaths. These deaths are currently all reported for April 7, 2021, although they may have occurred weeks or months earlier. The Oklahoma Department of Health announced that the state is currently transitioning to data reporting guidelines that meet CDC requirements, which is causing this increase.

Prior to this reporting anomaly, the daily US Covid death toll had declined from record levels in January.

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