Florida: More than 200K vaccinated against COVID-19 to date

The Florida Department of Health (DOH) say that through December 30, 211,165 total people have received the first vaccine dose.

The breakdown by age is as follows: 16-24 years 6,047, 25-34 years 32,367, 35-44 years 38,525, 45-54 years 41,251, 55-64 years 42,557, 65-74 years 28,338, 75-84 years 13,266 and 85+ years 8,814

Dade County (26,150) and Broward County (20,863) have administered the most vaccines in the state to date.

In accordance with Executive Order 20-315 issued on December 23, 2020, providers shall only administer COVID-19 vaccine to the following populations: long-term care facility residents and staff, persons 65 years of age and older, and health care personnel with direct patient contact. Hospital providers, however, also may vaccinate persons who they deem to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19.

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