Missouri Coronavirus Vaccination Progress

How is Missouri progressing in its mission to vaccinate the population? See how many people are fully vaccinated state-wide, parse the numbers by demographics, and check on evolving eligibility requirements.

Data Updated Aug 1

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How many COVID-19 vaccines has Missouri administered?

In Missouri, 3,010,771 people or 49% of the state has received at least one dose.

Overall, 2,545,755 people or 41% of Missouri's population has been fully vaccinated.

Percent of people receiving vaccines in Missouri
Sources: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. see more

What is the progress on vaccinations in Missouri?

Missouri has received 6,567,235 doses so far, administering 83% or 5,496,056 of the doses.

In Missouri, 3,010,771 people or 49.06% of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, 2,545,755 people or 41.48% of Missouri's population have been fully vaccinated.

Doses delivered and administered in Missouri as of August 1, 2021

Total number of doses

6,567,235 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been delivered in Missouri

5,496,056 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Missouri

What percentage of people in each race or ethnic group received the COVID-19 vaccine?

State health officials have race and ethnicity data for 100% of the people who received at least one dose and 100% of fully vaccinated people.
At least one dose (State)
Fully vaccinated (State)
 Circle size corresponds to population

*Some demographic data is missing where it is not available at the state level

How do COVID-19 vaccinations differ by sex?

State health officials have sex information for 80% of the people who received at least one dose and 85% of fully vaccinated people.
At least one dose (State)
Fully vaccinated (State)
 Circle size corresponds to population

*Some demographic data is missing where it is not available at the state level

What percentage of people in each age range received the COVID-19 vaccine?

State health officials have age information for 74% of the people who received at least one dose and 79% of fully vaccinated people.

Who can get a vaccine in Missouri?

Phase 1a - Group 1

Hospital staff

Long-term care facilities and residents, including Department of Mental Health (DMH)-operated facilities

Phase 1a - Group 2

Home health, hospice, dialysis centers, urgent care

Phase 1a - Group 3

Vaccinator staff and those administering COVID testing

Phase 1a - Group 4

Congregate community healthcare settings staff and residents, including DMH contracted settings and adult day cares

Phase 1a - Group 5

EMS and High-risk non-congregate healthcare, including clinics, physicians, and home care providers

Phase 1a - Group 6

All remaining patient-facing healthcare providers, including but not limited to health care workers in emergency shelters, dental offices, school nurses, pharmacies, public health clinics, mental/behavioral health providers, and correctional settings

Phase 1b - Tier 1

First responders

Emergency services staff

Public health infrastructure staff

Phase 1b - Tier 2

Anyone aged 65 and older

Any adults with cancer, Chronic Kidney Disease, COPD, heart conditions, weakened immune system due to organ transplant, severe obesity (BMI >40), pregnancy, Sickle Cell Disease, Type 2 Diabetes, Mellitus, or individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities such as Down Syndrome

Phase 1b - Tier 3

Education: Teachers, faculty, and staff in public, private, and nonprofit pre K – 12.

Childcare: Faculty and staff in a DHSS or DSS -licensed facility providing basic care to children

Communications Sector Employees at public, private, or nonprofit organizations that provide communications services

Dams Sector: Employees at public, private, or nonprofit organizations that provide services in the dams sector related to critical water retention and control services.

Energy Sector: Employees at public, private, or nonprofit organizations that provide energy services, regardless of the energy source.

Food/Agriculture Sector – initial: Employees of certain food production and processing facilities, and related operations, prioritizing mass food production, distribution, transportation, wholesale and retail sales, including grocery and convenience stores where groceries are sold; includes veterinary services.

Government: Elected officials in any branch of government at the state, county, and/or municipal levels required for the continuity of government; members of the judiciary at the federal, state, and/or local levels required for the continuity of government; employees designated by the federal government that fall within

Information Technology Sector: Employees at public, private, or nonprofit organizations that provide IT services.

Nuclear Reactors, Materials, and Waste Sector: Employees at public, private, or nonprofit organizations that work in this sector.

Transportation Systems Sector: Employees in the transportation systems sector including aviation, highway and motor carriers, maritime transportation systems, mass transit and passenger rail, pipeline systems, freight rail, and postal shipping.

Water and Wastewater Systems Sector Employees at public, private, and/or nonprofit organizations that provide drinking or wastewater services.

Compare states' vaccination progress or select a state to see detailed information

Percent of state's population who have received vaccines according to most recent state data.

STATE% OF POP. WITH AT LEAST ONE DOSE% OF POP. FULLY VACCINATEDDOSES ADMINISTEREDDOSES DISTRIBUTEDDOSES USED
Alabama43%34%3,603,9405,159,89070%
Alaska52%46%697,509854,80582%
Arizona53%45%7,113,3118,577,78083%
Arkansas47%36%2,455,5663,046,51081%
California65%53%45,274,44751,018,39589%
Colorado60%54%6,484,0507,263,18589%
Connecticut70%63%4,599,8364,940,55593%
Delaware61%53%1,092,2991,339,43582%
District of Columbia64%55%902,7821,092,37583%
Florida58%49%22,626,69426,352,98586%
Georgia46%39%8,942,03811,795,68576%
Hawaii72%54%1,720,9231,993,06086%
Idaho41%37%1,376,5861,752,50079%
Illinois63%49%13,682,87515,445,03589%
Indiana47%44%6,084,4967,037,14086%
Iowa53%50%3,141,3213,595,35587%
Kansas54%45%2,709,8693,248,87583%
Kentucky52%46%4,210,0494,706,14589%
Louisiana43%37%3,664,2604,362,92084%
Maine68%64%1,666,7281,925,11087%
Maryland65%59%7,219,0948,793,23082%
Massachusetts73%64%9,153,64210,011,30091%
Michigan53%49%9,814,43812,036,59082%
Minnesota59%54%6,093,7916,729,03091%
Mississippi40%35%2,150,2672,866,00575%
Missouri49%41%5,496,0566,567,23584%
Montana50%44%974,8321,137,63586%
Nebraska54%50%1,946,2182,180,67089%
Nevada54%45%2,974,8603,315,39090%
New Hampshire65%58%1,593,4381,913,20083%
New Jersey66%58%10,396,20712,102,61586%
New Mexico66%57%2,494,9812,449,545100%
New York63%57%22,997,84125,121,86592%
North Carolina51%44%9,747,46712,200,38080%
North Dakota46%40%664,629738,26090%
Ohio50%47%11,104,42312,858,83586%
Oklahoma48%40%3,462,5104,192,80083%
Oregon61%56%4,750,1535,784,51582%
Pennsylvania66%53%14,612,10516,304,50590%
Rhode Island67%62%1,331,3471,565,26585%
South Carolina47%41%4,422,0765,588,81579%
South Dakota53%47%851,636996,86585%
Tennessee45%39%5,772,0016,751,74085%
Texas52%44%27,497,65533,560,94582%
Utah52%45%3,005,5973,381,47089%
Vermont76%68%873,671950,64092%
Virginia62%55%9,713,14010,839,06590%
Washington64%58%9,017,5259,740,08593%
West Virginia46%39%1,487,8561,977,20575%
Wisconsin56%52%6,172,7796,393,98597%
Wyoming42%37%447,594529,84584%
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