Iowa's Numbers on COVID-19 Vaccinations Differ from CDC


The CDC's COVID-19 tracker shows 48 percent of the doses received in the state have been given to people, which is up at least 10 percent from a week ago.

Also, Iowa has now vaccinated more than five percent of the population, up from less than four percent earlier this week.

The state will expand the groups of people eligible to receive vaccines on February 1st to includes those 65 and older, as well as additional frontline and essential workers.

Currently, only medical workers and long-term care centers can receive the vaccine.

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