Kovid-19 vaccination shots totaling just over 140 million.
On Monday, President Joe Biden in his first 100 days in office shot his Kovid-19 vaccination target to 150 million shots as a weapon. In the days and weeks before he entered office, his stated goal was 100 million vaccinations.
While Biden’s chief of staff called the 100 million goal “ambitious”, the rate of vaccination needed to reach the mark is not much higher than the January 20 rate.
The Biden administration has 29 April to reach the target.
Use this graphic to see if the country is on track to reach the administration’s goal. Note that the total vaccinations given – in the first and second shots, both shots are counted individually – are being counted. This is not the same as full vaccination, which counts the first and second shots as one. Biden specifically mentioned weapons in his statements about targets.
The graphic will be updated before 2 pm ET of the week.
Wayne Sea has contributed.