The New Normal: Is enough being done to vaccinate the unvaccinated?
More than 200 million people, just over 60% of the population, have been fully vaccinated in the United States.
Over the past week, the average number of doses given per day was up 35% from the week before.
A new rule going into effect Monday makes masking mandatory at New York state businesses and venues that don't require proof of vaccination.
Is enough being done to vaccinate the unvaccinated?
Nationally, an estimated 16.7% of 5-11 year-olds had received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose as of Dec. 5, 2021
The rate of vaccination among 5-11 year-olds has slowed considerably, a drop that preceded the Thanksgiving holiday and has continued since.
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