America is getting vaccinated. More than a third of people in the U.S. have already received at least one dose of a vaccine for COVID-19, and the pace of vaccinations has been increasing.
The CDC releases county-level vaccine data for most counties in the U.S. Two states, Texas and Hawaii, do not report this information to the CDC.
When someone is vaccinated, the county where they live is usually added to the state’s data. However, sometimes the data entered for a vaccinated person doesn’t include a valid county of residence for that person. In states where county information is missing for a large share of people, vaccination rates for some or all counties may appear to be lower than they actually are.
For example: If 25 percent of people living in a county are vaccinated, but a county of residence is entered into the data for only 50 percent of those people, the vaccination rate in that county would appear to be 12.5 percent. As the rate at which a state reports county of residency goes up, the data better reflects vaccination rates for counties.
For this reason, only states that included a valid county of residence for at least 80 percent of people fully vaccinated are included on the map. To see state vaccination rates, which include vaccinated people without a county of residence listed, visit our vaccine tracker.
Table: Look up COVID-19 county vaccination rates near you
The CDC data shown here may differ from data from state and local data websites due to reporting lags or differences in how metrics were calculated.
Information on people receiving at least one dose in each county is not currently available from the CDC due to issues with data quality, including address-reporting errors and vaccine recipients reporting different addresses for their first and second vaccine doses.
Where can I get a vaccine?
Visit your local state or county website to learn where you can make a vaccine appointment. You can also use VaccineFinder.org, which allows you to search by ZIPcode and see where vaccines are in stock near you.
To learn more about what getting a vaccine is like, read our guide on what to expect at your appointment and afterwards. All adults in the U.S. will be eligible for a vaccine by April 19.
Dig deeper: COVID-19 vaccine data for the U.S. and every state