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COVID Vaccine Update: 41% of all adults over the age of 16 in Connecticut have received at least one dose

Data updates on vaccine administration in Connecticut

Please note: Connecticut’s vaccination program will open to the final group of adults – all individuals between the ages of 16 and 44 – on Thursday, April 1. Individuals within that age group will be eligible to schedule appointments starting on that date.

The following data represents the total number of COVID-19 vaccinations administered in Connecticut, as reported to the state as of today:

Dose

Total Administered

First dose administered

1,189,197*

Fully vaccinated

684,200*

Total doses administered

1,828,260*

*NOTE: A total of 45,137 doses of the single-dose J&J vaccine are included in each category

This week, the state anticipates receiving about 240,000 first doses from the federal government.

So far, 41% of all adults over the age of 16 in Connecticut have received at least one dose, including:

  • 80% of people over the age of 65
  • 61% of people between the ages of 55-64
  • 38% of people between the ages of 45-54

Those who are currently eligible to receive the vaccine in Connecticut include:

  • All individuals over the age of 45;
  • Healthcare personnel;
  • Medical first responders;
  • Residents and staff of long-term care facilities;
  • Residents and staff of select congregate settings; and
  • PreK-12 school staff and professional childcare providers.

Connecticut’s vaccination program will open to the final group of adults – all individuals between the ages of 16 and 44 – on Thursday, April 1. Individuals within that age group will be eligible to schedule appointments starting on that date.

Information on Connecticut’s COVID-19 vaccination program is available at ct.gov/covidvaccine.

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