DAKOTA COUNTY, MN — A total of 2.6 percent of Minnesota's population has received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to the latest state statistics. That amounts to 144,503 people.
About 7,400 Minnesota residents have been fully vaccinated against the virus, meaning they've received both shots of the vaccine.
In Dakota County, 1.9 percent of residents have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. That amounts to 8,074 people.
A total of 542 Dakota County residents are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. That's about .1 percent of the total county population.
New vaccine dashboard
Gov. Tim Walz's administration Tuesday launched a new online dashboard that shows the progress of the state's COVID-19 vaccine distribution and administration effort.
The dashboard shows the number of doses allocated to the state by the federal government, how many doses were shipped to Minnesota providers, and how many Minnesotans have so far received the vaccine.
More than 140,000 Minnesotans have received at least one dose of vaccine. Over 7,000 people have completed their two-shot vaccination series.
Two doses of the same vaccine product — separated by up to four weeks — is required for full inoculation.
As of Tuesday, the CDC has allocated 541,100 doses of COVID-19 to Minnesota. Of those doses, 329,450 have been shipped to providers in Minnesota. Another 100,500 doses were shipped to Minnesota pharmacies for the CDC's "Pharmacy Partnership Program for vaccination in long-term care settings."
Check out the new COVID-19 vaccine dashboard here.