When will everyone be vaccinated for COVID-19? Here’s how the vaccine rollout is going

On March 25, President Joe Biden set a goal of 200 million shots administered in his first 100 days. The United States has now reached that goal with time to spare. Before Biden’s inauguration on Jan. 20, about 20 million doses had been administered.

The chart below shows how things would play out if the U.S. continues to administer vaccines at the pace it has recently. However, this rate may change. Drag the circle on the slider below to test different scenarios.

Data from recent days may not yet be complete due to lags in reporting.

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