How many people are vaccinated?


According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 67% of people living in Hunterdon County were fully vaccinated on Tuesday.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention considers a person to be fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving a single dose injection (Johnson & Johnson) or a second injection (either Pfizer or Moderna).

New Jersey has reported a total of 1,674,453 cases of the coronavirus in total, a 14% increase from the previous week.

The five counties with the highest percentage of their population fully vaccinated in New Jersey on Tuesday are Morris (74%), Bergen (73%), Hudson (72%), Somerset (72%) and Burlington (71%).

Here are the latest figures on COVID-19 vaccinations in Hunterdon County:

How many people in Hunterdon County have received a COVID-19 vaccine?

  • 83% of residents of Hunterdon County have received at least one dose of the vaccine, for a total of 103,163 people
  • 67% of people in Hunterdon County are fully vaccinated, for a total of 83,664 people

For a county-by-county overview of the vaccination rollout, check out our COVID-19 vaccine tracker, which is updated daily.

How many people in New Jersey have been vaccinated so far?

  • 84% of New Jersey residents received at least one dose of the vaccine, for a total of 7,477,980 people
  • 71% of New Jersey people are fully immunized, for a total of 6,281,498 people

COVID vaccinations for children and reminders

The percentages in this story reflect the total share of the population that received vaccines. This now includes people as young as 5 years old, for whom vaccines have been authorized.

These weekly stories will be updated as new data on childhood immunization rates, as well as booster immunization rates, is released.

This story has been updated using immunization data from the CDC. The numbers may differ slightly from those previously reported by the New Jersey Department of Health.

We collect data on local vaccine distribution on a weekly basis. Check back for our next weekly update for the latest numbers.

Dr Erik Garcia takes doses of a COVID-19 vaccine at a clinic at the Hotel Grace homeless shelter in Worcester, Massachusetts on December 8.  (Rick Cinclair / Telegram & Gazette)
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