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Vaccine Data At A Glance


 

112,504

People have received one dose of a two dose series


People have received one dose of a two-dose series

964,780

People fully vaccinated**



People are fully vaccinated (depending on brand)*

462,676

People have received an additional or booster dose***

 

Total doses administered

2,680,892

Total doses administered
(Total doses administered may include doses reported without an indication of 1st or 2nd dose.)

 

 

*Vaccine data dashboard and vaccine “Data at a Glance” updated by 5:00 p.m. MT Wednesday, excluding holidays. Data are current as of 11/16/2022. Due to technical problems, the COVID-19 vaccine data will not be updated until 11/30/2022. Vaccine administration data are based on data contained in the Immunization Reminder Information System (IRIS).

**”Fully vaccinated” includes people who have received two doses of Moderna or Pfizer vaccines or a single dose of Janssen vaccine.

***A booster dose is administered to people who are fully vaccinated after a certain amount of time has passed to “boost” their immunity level, which can decrease over time. An additional dose is administered to people who are fully vaccinated and have moderately to severely compromised immune systems, to make sure they have a good initial immunity level. More information about booster doses and additional doses at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/booster-shot.html#BoosterShotvsAdditionalDose.


COVID-19 Cases At A Glance


Cases

504,770

Cases


New Cases Since Last Update

1,424

New Cases Since 11/16/2022


Deaths

5,251

Deaths

 

State-level case and hospital data are updated by 5:00 p.m. MT  Wednesday, excluding holidays. Laboratory data are updated by 5:00 p.m. Thursday, excluding holidays. Data are current as of 11/23/2022. Case data are based on surveillance system records provided by the public health districts. Public health district data will be updated on their agency website at their discretion and might differ from data presented here. Data are preliminary and subject to change.

A REMINDER

To protect your family and friends, your community, vulnerable Idahoans, local businesses, and our students and teachers, please remember to:

  • Get vaccinated
  • Wear face coverings in public places
  • Stay home if you are sick
  • Wash your hands often
  • Cover coughs and sneezes
  • Keep at least six feet between you and others in public
  • Disinfect surfaces and objects regularly
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