Minnesota ranks first in the nation in vaccines administered

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Governor Tim Walz announced on Tuesday that Minnesota currently ranks first in the nation for the percentage of vaccine administered. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Minnesota has administered 88.55% of the vaccine doses it has received, surpassing every other state.

Minnesota has consistently ranked in the top 10 states for the percentage of vaccine doses administered for nearly one month.

Courtesy of Minnesota Department of Health

“I am so proud of all the hard work done in our state to make Minnesota a consistent leader in the nation in getting shots into arms,” said Governor Walz. “From our providers working around the clock, to local public health organizing on the ground, to our community leaders providing invaluable services and educating their neighbors, to all the Minnesotans rolling up their sleeves when it’s their turn, I am grateful for everyone in our state working together to end this pandemic. Now let’s keep up the good work — we won’t stop until every Minnesotan who wants a shot gets one.”

Minnesotans who have not received a vaccine are encouraged to sign up for the COVID-19 Vaccine Connector to get regular updates on vaccine availability and eligibility. In some cases, health care providers or employers will have more information for patients or employees on vaccine availability.