State Dashboard Shows 130,000 Alabamians Have Received COVID Vaccine
The Alabama Department of Public Health’s updated vaccine dashboard shows that 130,000 people have received the COVID-19 vaccine in the state so far.
For the week ending January 16, about half have received the Pfizer vaccine (shown in purple) and the other half the Moderna vaccine (shown in blue.)
The dashboard shows that about 370,000 doses have been delivered to the state so far, out of about 640,000 allocated to Alabama.
If you click a tab in the lower left of the dashboard, you will find a map showing where the vaccine is available. About 350,000 Alabamians who are 75 years old or older can get the vaccine. The state cautions that the doses are still in limited supply.
Some hospitals have the vaccine, but are trying to get their frontline health care workers vaccinated first.