In Wyoming, 239,841 people or 41% of the state has received at least one dose.
Overall, 211,288 people or 36% of Wyoming's population has been fully vaccinated.
Wyoming has received 525,435 doses so far, administering 84% or 445,039 of the doses.
In Wyoming, 239,841 people or 41.44% of the population have received at least one dose.
Overall, 211,288 people or 36.51% of Wyoming's population have been fully vaccinated.
525,435 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been delivered in Wyoming
445,039 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Wyoming
Hospital staff — direct inpatient care staff and emergency department (ED) staff, including providers working temporarily at the hospital
EMS personnel /fire department. personnel who are EMTs
Long-term care facility (LTCF)/assisted living facility (ALF) healthcare providers (HCPs)
Public health nursing (PHN) staff and other HCPs administering vaccines to critical populations in Phase 1a
Tribal public health and HCPs — receiving vaccine through Indian Health Services
PHNs and HCPs who regularly conduct COVID sample collection
Inpatient/residential behavioral health facility HCPs
Urgent care clinics and other medical clinics
Law enforcement — patrol officers and correctional facility officers (city, county, state and federal); coroners and deputy coroners
Licensed/credentialed medical and dental direct care staff working in other locations who have regular exposure to potentially positive COVID-19 patients or infectious material
PHN offices and local health departments — nurses and staff
LTCF and ALF residents and other staff not already vaccinated; intermediate care facility staff and residents
Residential service settings for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities of 3 or more Developmental Disability waiver participants (Participants and direct support professionals)
Home health healthcare providers- including aging network in-home providers
Wyoming Public Health Laboratory and other clinical lab staff conducting COVID-19 testing if not included above; Blood Bank employees
Persons who have regular potential for exposure to COVID-19 patients
Persons 70 years of age or older
Fire, police, 911, correctional staff, search and rescue, and other in-person emergency response personnel
Funeral service practitioners and in-person employees necessary for funerals
People who are >70 years of age or older.
National Guard and Air Guard members likely to be activated for response to the pandemic
In-person employees within congregate settings such as group homes, halfway houses, homeless shelters, child and youth serving facilities
Healthcare providers, behavioral health providers, and social workers unable to physically distance and unable to provide services through telehealth. Healthcare facility surveyor/compliance evaluator and ombudsmen.
K-12 Education (teachers and support staff)
Child care service providers
Public transit employees- community transportation buses
Grocery store employees, commercial meat processing employees, feedlot employees, other food supply chain facility employees, and food manufacturing companies with 25 or more employees
US Postal Service employees and delivery service companies (such as Fed Ex and UPS) likely to have more than 15 minutes of exposure to members of the public; Clinical laboratory specimen courier employees
Individuals experiencing homelessness
Individuals living in group settings, including prison or jail
Critical infrastructure workers
Individuals living in college dormitories
- March 29
People 16 and older
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 VACCINATED||DOSES ADMINISTERED||DOSES DISTRIBUTED||DOSES USED|
|District of Columbia||64%||55%||897,468||1,088,465||82%|
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