Nearly 45 percent of ND residents have received one COVID-19 shot
The state of North Dakota continues to distribute COVID-19 vaccine statewide.
According to the state health department’s COVID-19 vaccine dashboard, the state has received roughly 66,000 more doses of vaccine over the past seven days.
To date, North Dakota has received more than 466,600 doses of vaccine. More than 475,000 total doses have been administered. Some vials of vaccine contain more doses than is officially listed.
As of today, 260,969 North Dakotans have taken at least one dose of vaccine, which amounts to nearly 45 percent. Just under 200,000 residents are completely up to date on their vaccine, which amounts to just over 32 percent.
There are currently 405 enrolled provider sites approved to distribute vaccine statewide.