🚀Big number day
🧵See thread link below about vaccine deals for 200M doses; good news on supply

📈2M doses today; 7-day avg=1.62M/day
🇺🇸US: 48M doses total
🧑‍🤝‍🧑35.7M people w/ at least 1 dose,🏅11.9M completed vaccination

200 million more doses coming to the U.S. -- these deals are a big deal

FWIW, I keep watching to see if the U.S. will bump into a supply ceiling. There are definitely supply constraints but our 7-day average keeps creeping up + most disruptions are seemingly coincident with weather.

Our full graphic is available here:

Some of you may have seen there were layoffs at Bloomberg today. We have lost a few folks who were doing global data entry for us, and whose contributions are very much missed. Our data updates will continue as normal, but please pour one out for them tonight, if you don't mind.

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11 Feb
💉The U.S. has just announced deals for 200M more vaccine doses (100M Pfizer, 100M Moderna) for delivery by end of July.

🚀The U.S. has now climbed our ranking of vaccine deals, with more vaccine per capita arranged for than all but four other countries

Here's our table of vaccine deals -- the U.S. now has a TON of vaccine inbound. It's also received more vaccine faster than many other countries with deals for cleared vaccines -- Canada got briefly cut off, more or less, amid a supply interruption

Read 4 tweets
6 Feb

...🚨U.S. posts *first* 2M+ doses daily total...

🇺🇸US: 40.5M doses total
📈2.1M doses today; 7-day avg=1.43M/day
🧑‍🤝‍🧑31.1M people w/ at least 1 dose, 8.81M completed vaccination

⚠️We did NOT get updates in time today from Maryland + New Jersey, which may have caused a slightly lower total than usual. CDC did report totals, which may compensate.

U.S. leaders:
➕12 states over 1M doses admin
➕4 states over 2M

Data shift tonight thanks to @tsrandall (who you should follow for more analysis of the numbers), and @mariepastora

Global maps/tables and everything else below.

Read 5 tweets
5 Feb

🇺🇸1.8M doses today; 7-day avg=1.36M/day
🏅Biggest U.S. day of reported vaccinations yet, by our count

📊US: 38.5M doses total
🧑‍🤝‍🧑28.9M w/ 1+ doses, 8.09M completed vaccination

As expected, the number of people completing vaccination is starting to pick up quickly. It should trail the first-dose rate by about 3.5 weeks (assuming supply remains steady)

Our full graphic, all our tables and charts, and lots of global data are available here.

Read 4 tweets
4 Feb

🇺🇸US: 36.7M doses admin
🧑‍🤝‍🧑28.7M w/ at least 1 dose
➕1.7M doses today; 7-day avg=1.34M

☝️U.S. snow lull appears to be over!❄️

In the U.S., states have started taking unused doses from nursing homes and pulling them back into their state distribution systems -- this should tighten up some of the slack in the system. Per @angelicalavito

In our global rate chart, China makes infrequent reports. Those reports are very big. So it ends up looking...weird. This will likely clean up over time, but the data are the data.

Read 7 tweets
3 Feb

📊We have a VERY cool new feature letting you see how long your state/country will take to reach 75% coverage with a vaccine. Check it out below!

🇺🇸US: 35M doses admin total
📈1.3M doses today; 7-day avg=1.34M/day

bloomberg.com/graphics/covid… Image
For example, here's the situation in Canada -- which was an early leader in acquiring doses:

You can look by state. Here's NY, where at current rates it'll take 17 months to cover 75% of the population:

bloomberg.com/graphics/covid… Image
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3 Feb
Over the last two days, the U.S. suffered a major drop-off in daily vaccinations reported.

❄️❄️As it turns out, yes, you can blame the snow. ❄️❄️

Here's how the chart of daily vaccinations counted looks in the reporting period for the storm (data avail on our tracker bloomberg.com/graphics/covid…) Image
As @jillrshah reports, many East Coast states basically canceled vaccinations over the last two days as the weather hit. NJ, CT, NY all had vaccination cancelations.

Ditto Maryland, which canceled many appointments. Look at their daily rate chart: Image
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