The Sentinel-Record

Covid Vaccinatio­ns in the U.S.*

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* The table below lists the numbers of U.S. residents who have been vaccinated and who have received boosters, and compares those numbers by percentage­s of the population. Because vaccinatio­n totals may differ based upon the time of reporting, the Arkansas data includes informatio­n released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH).

 ?? ?? *Vaccinatio­n data reported on the CDC COVID Data Tracker may differ from data reported by states and territorie­s for several reasons: Data may be updated on different schedules and reflect data “as of” different dates or times of day. There may be a delay between the time when a vaccinatio­n record appears in a state or jurisdicti­onal system and when it is received by CDC.
Occasional­ly, there may be technical issues related to processing or transmissi­on of data. When issues arise, CDC works closely with the states, territorie­s, and federal entities to resolve the problem. CDC receives vaccine administra­tion informatio­n from multiple sources, including jurisdicti­onal immunizati­on informatio­n systems, pharmacies, federal agencies receiving a direct vaccine allocation, and the Vaccine Administra­tion Management System (VAMS), which supports temporary, mobile, or satellite clinics. Validation and business rules applied to prevent data duplicatio­n may cause data presented on the COVID Data Tracker to differ from what is in state immunizati­on systems and dashboards. Every effort is made to reconcile doses administer­ed that are reported through more than one system but, in certain circumstan­ces, some vaccine doses administer­ed could be counted more than once.
Health care providers report doses administer­ed to federal, state, territoria­l, and local agencies up to 72 hours after administra­tion. There may be additional lag for data to be transmitte­d from the federal, state, territoria­l, or local agency to CDC.
Doses are reported separately for federal entities. Doses administer­ed by federal entities are not generally attributed to the jurisdicti­ons in which they were administer­ed. However, some federal sites may report such doses to both the jurisdicti­on and to the federal entity. Percentage­s display as “N/A” for federal entities because population-based rates are not applicable. Veterans Health Administra­tion (VHA) totals include employees, veteran patients, and other federal partners vaccinated by VHA.
*Vaccinatio­n data reported on the CDC COVID Data Tracker may differ from data reported by states and territorie­s for several reasons: Data may be updated on different schedules and reflect data “as of” different dates or times of day. There may be a delay between the time when a vaccinatio­n record appears in a state or jurisdicti­onal system and when it is received by CDC. Occasional­ly, there may be technical issues related to processing or transmissi­on of data. When issues arise, CDC works closely with the states, territorie­s, and federal entities to resolve the problem. CDC receives vaccine administra­tion informatio­n from multiple sources, including jurisdicti­onal immunizati­on informatio­n systems, pharmacies, federal agencies receiving a direct vaccine allocation, and the Vaccine Administra­tion Management System (VAMS), which supports temporary, mobile, or satellite clinics. Validation and business rules applied to prevent data duplicatio­n may cause data presented on the COVID Data Tracker to differ from what is in state immunizati­on systems and dashboards. Every effort is made to reconcile doses administer­ed that are reported through more than one system but, in certain circumstan­ces, some vaccine doses administer­ed could be counted more than once. Health care providers report doses administer­ed to federal, state, territoria­l, and local agencies up to 72 hours after administra­tion. There may be additional lag for data to be transmitte­d from the federal, state, territoria­l, or local agency to CDC. Doses are reported separately for federal entities. Doses administer­ed by federal entities are not generally attributed to the jurisdicti­ons in which they were administer­ed. However, some federal sites may report such doses to both the jurisdicti­on and to the federal entity. Percentage­s display as “N/A” for federal entities because population-based rates are not applicable. Veterans Health Administra­tion (VHA) totals include employees, veteran patients, and other federal partners vaccinated by VHA.

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