Texas Coronavirus Vaccination Progress

How is Texas 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 Jul 22

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How many COVID-19 vaccines has Texas administered?

In Texas, 14,569,242 people or 50% of the state has received at least one dose.

Overall, 12,503,152 people or 43% of Texas's population has been fully vaccinated.

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

What is the progress on vaccinations in Texas?

Texas has received 32,594,555 doses so far, administering 82% or 26,817,055 of the doses.

In Texas, 14,569,242 people or 50.25% of the population have received at least one dose.

Overall, 12,503,152 people or 43.12% of Texas's population have been fully vaccinated.

Doses delivered and administered in Texas as of July 22, 2021

Total number of doses

32,594,555 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been delivered in Texas

26,817,055 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Texas

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

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?

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?

Who can get a vaccine in Texas?

Phase 1a1

Paid and unpaid workers in hospital settings working directly with patients who are positive or at high risk for COVID-19

Long-term care staff working directly with vulnerable residents

EMS providers who engage in 9-1-1 emergency services like pre-hospital care and transport

Home health care workers, including hospice care, who directly interface with vulnerable and high-risk patients

Residents of long-term care facilities

Phase 1a2

Staff in outpatient care settings who interact with symptomatic patients. Such as, but not limited to: Physicians, nurses, and other support staff (custodial staff, etc.); Clinical staff providing diagnostic, laboratory, and/or rehabilitation services; Non 9-1-1 transport for routine care; Healthcare workers in corrections and detention facilities; Direct care staff in freestanding emergency medical care facilities and urgent care clinics

Community pharmacy staff who may provide direct services to clients, including vaccination or testing for individuals who may have COVID

Public health and emergency response staff directly involved in administration of COVID testing and vaccinations

Last responders who provide mortuary or death services to decedents with COVID-19, including: Embalmers and funeral home workers who have direct contact with decedents, Medical examiners and other medical certifiers who have direct contact with decedents

School nurses who provide health care to students and teachers

Phase 1b

People 65 years of age and older

People 16 years of age and older with at least one chronic medical condition that puts them at increased risk for severe illness from the virus that causes COVID-19

Phase c

Phase 50 to 64

Educators

School and Licensed Child Care Personnel

General population

- March 29

All people 16 or older

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
Alabama42%34%-∞-∞-∞%
Alaska51%45%689,556847,57581%
Arizona52%45%6,988,7168,355,31084%
Arkansas45%36%2,354,4112,918,21081%
California64%52%44,375,37450,181,13588%
Colorado59%54%6,388,3757,161,84589%
Connecticut69%63%4,534,3814,840,55594%
Delaware60%52%1,073,9431,312,85582%
District of Columbia63%54%891,3511,082,08582%
Florida56%48%22,012,65125,531,46586%
Georgia45%38%8,748,30711,448,24576%
Hawaii71%53%1,706,0141,968,37087%
Idaho41%37%1,357,2541,725,47079%
Illinois61%48%13,433,72615,020,81589%
Indiana46%44%5,984,8536,868,82087%
Iowa53%49%3,106,9223,535,79588%
Kansas51%43%2,564,4143,156,91581%
Kentucky51%45%4,122,7544,588,61590%
Louisiana40%36%3,521,3804,176,40084%
Maine68%63%1,650,5081,891,29087%
Maryland64%58%7,109,0348,664,14082%
Massachusetts72%63%9,051,2669,914,32091%
Michigan53%48%9,699,73111,828,35082%
Minnesota58%53%6,014,1346,643,04091%
Mississippi38%34%2,092,3842,734,95577%
Missouri47%40%5,331,2806,357,58584%
Montana49%44%961,9621,126,69585%
Nebraska53%49%1,911,2452,130,92090%
Nevada52%44%2,900,8863,204,65091%
New Hampshire64%58%1,577,9041,881,95084%
New Jersey65%57%10,197,62811,875,46586%
New Mexico65%56%2,451,9202,414,705100%
New York62%56%22,600,80224,619,46592%
North Carolina50%43%9,567,51611,931,93080%
North Dakota45%40%655,153727,66090%
Ohio49%46%10,952,65912,656,68587%
Oklahoma47%40%3,385,5334,086,54083%
Oregon60%55%4,686,9795,736,19582%
Pennsylvania65%52%14,350,59616,043,28589%
Rhode Island66%61%1,313,0421,542,61585%
South Carolina46%40%4,331,8255,430,91580%
South Dakota52%47%839,940981,15586%
Tennessee44%39%5,644,3636,535,19086%
Texas50%43%26,817,05532,594,55582%
Utah51%44%2,958,7953,307,66089%
Vermont75%67%867,441940,63092%
Virginia61%54%9,540,79010,624,27590%
Washington63%57%8,888,5219,612,07592%
West Virginia46%39%1,482,7721,935,55577%
Wisconsin55%51%6,083,5376,274,04597%
Wyoming41%36%440,898522,27584%
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