The total numbers of vaccinations for Covid-19 exceeded joe Biden’s goal of 100 million in 100 days as of yesterday, and may be in the vicinity of 200 million by the 100th day of his administration.

With the 3.1 million vaccinations reported by the CDC  yesterday, 68% of all Americans over 65 years have now received at least one shot of vaccine. The percentage of all American residents vaccinated is 23.9% and is 30.7% for all adults.

The CDC also revised its guidance reducing the recommended spacing between school children (but not for adults) from six feet to three feet. Studies of schools in Massachusetts where both models were followed by different school districts showed no difference in the spread of infections. This will obviously make it easier for schools to open for in person attendance.

Other News:

People who have been sick with Covid and have never quite recovered, feel better after vaccinations. There is also some evidence that some people who have the strongest reactions to the vaccinations were previously infected with Covid even if they were unaware of an infection.

The state legislature of Idaho has recessed until April 6 after an outbreak of Covid-19  which infected at least six members. The legislature was considering forbidding local governments from requiring the wearing of masks.

The European Medicines Agency has found the AstraZenaca vaccine safe and effective after many nations suspended its use due to allegations it might cause blood clots.

COVID.CDC.GOV/…                  COVID-19 VACCINATIONS IN US
Day Delivered Total Shots 1st Shot      % of Pop 2nd Shot      % of Pop
3/19 Fri 156,734,555 121,441,497

+3,127,679

79,367,225      23.9%

+2,137,164

43,036,818          13%
3/18 Thu 154,199,235 118,313,818

+2,583,810

77,230,061      23.3%

+1,734,345

41,934,629         12.6%
3/17 Wed 151,108,445 115,730,008

+2,692,381

75,495,716      22.7%

+1,825,760

40,981,464         12.3%
3/16 Tue 147,590,615
113,037,627
+2,299,771
73,669,956      22.2%

+1,534,340

39,989,196          12%
3/15 Mon 142,918,525 110,737,856

+1,655,996

72,135,616      21.7%

+1,081,171

38,992,039          11.8%
3/14 Sun 135,847,835 109,081,860

+2,021,586

71,054,445      21.4%

+1,410,460

38,286,605          11.5%
3/13 Sat 135,847,835 107,060,274

+1,356,773

69,643,985      21.0%

+759,974

37,411,776          11.3%
3/12 Fri 135,846,665 105,703,501

+4,575,496

68,884,011      20.7%

+2,918,706

36,883,178          11.1%
3/11 Thu 133,337,525

101,128,005

+2,924,112

65,965,305       19.9%

+1,893,631

35,000,159          10.5%
3/10 Wed 131,131,470

98,203,893

+2,482,603

64,071,674       19.3%

+1,620,524

33,863,127          10.2%
3/9 Tue 127,869,155

95,721,290

+2,028,692

62,451,150       18.8%

+1,424,025

32,904,161           9.9%
3/8 Mon 123,232,775

93,692,598

+1,602,746

61,027,125       18.4%

+1,021,894

32,079,368           9.7%
3/7 Sun 116,378,615

92,089,852

+1,738,102

60,005,231       18.1%

+1,131,521

31,285,186            9.4%
3/6 Sat 116,363,405

90,351,750

+2,439,427

58,873,710       17.7%

+1,514,861

30,686,881            9.2%
3/5 Fri 116,355,405 87,912,323

+2,904,229

57,358,849       17.3%

+1,811,152

29,776,160            9.0%
3/4 Thu 114,133,115

85,008,094

+2,435,246

55,547,697       16.7%

+1,512,027

28,701,201            8.6%
3/3 Wed 109,905,530

82,572,848

+2,032,374

54,035,670      16.3%

+1,180,091

27,795,980            8.4%
3/2 Tue 107,028,890

80,540,474

+1,908,873

52,855,579       15.9%

+1,100,132

26,957,804            8.1%
3/1 Mon 102,353,940

78,631,601

+1,731,614

51,755,447       15.6%

+1,022,450

26,162,122           7.9%
2/28 Sun 96,402,490

76,899,987

+1,663,984

50,732,997       15.3%
+960,817
25,466,405            7.7%
2/27

J&J vaccine

approved

1/19

1/18

1/14

pre-Biden

Moderna

Pfizer/Bio

20,110,911

authorized

authorized

covid.cdc.gov/…

(The CDC has a 72 hour window for reporting vaccine numbers)

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