Coronavirus Vaccination Map: See how many doses have been distributed in each state

Three COVID-19 vaccines are being distributed across the United States -- Pfizer’s, Moderna’s and Johnson & Johnson’s.

According to the CDC’s website, over 68.2 million people are fully vaccinated, as of April 9. Over 114 million people have received at least one dose.

Here in Pennsylvania, the state is currently in Phase 1B of distribution. Additional groups were added at the end of March and the state updated its timeline to match one proposed by President Biden.

Here is a breakdown by county of how many western Pennsylvanians have received at least one vaccine dose, as of April 9:

  • Allegheny County: 219,854
  • Armstrong County: 10,216
  • Beaver County: 13,632
  • Butler County: 17,826
  • Fayette County: 18,831
  • Greene County: 4,684
  • Indiana County: 8,068
  • Lawrence County: 6,783
  • Washington County: 39,400
  • Westmoreland County: 53,563

As for western Pennsylvanians who are fully vaccinated, here are those numbers by county, as of April 9:

  • Allegheny County: 257,541
  • Armstrong County: 12,100
  • Beaver County: 21,141
  • Butler County: 48,628
  • Fayette County: 24,596
  • Greene County: 5,211
  • Indiana County: 13,054
  • Lawrence County: 15,260
  • Washington County: 40,057
  • Westmoreland County: 67,644

CLICK HERE to visit the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard.

CLICK HERE or on the map below to see the overall U.S. COVID-19 vaccine distribution and administration from the CDC.

map of United States

Are you eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine? Take the Pa. Department of Health’s quiz to find out