ND has administered over 340k COVID-19 vaccine doses
According to the state health department’s COVID-19 vaccine dashboard, North Dakota has administered just over 340,000 doses of vaccine for the novel coronavirus.
This amounts to over 40,000 doses administered over the past week.
Just under 330,000 official doses have been delivered to North Dakota. Some vials of vaccine had more doses in them than originally estimated.
204,145 residents have been given at least one dose of vaccine, which amounts to just over 35 percent of the population. 122,671 residents are completely up to date, which amounts to just over 21 percent.
North Dakota is currently administering all three vaccines approved in the United States – Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson&Johnson.
There are currently 405 enrolled provider states approved to administer vaccine statewide.
All North Dakota adults will be eligible to receive vaccine next Monday, March 29.