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Huge Racial Divide. 1.3M White Floridians, 111,000 Black Floridians Have Received Two Shots.

FLORIDA COVID-19 reporting from BocaNewsNow.com

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) (News App readers click here for full report) — The total number of people in Florida who have received two COVID-19 shots is now 1,965,940. That represents roughly nine percent of Florida’s population.

As is frequently the case with the DeSantis Administration, the “total people vaccinated” — another number released by the state — is 3,658,030. It’s a shiny number but doesn’t represent anything other than the total number of people who have received two shots combined with the number of people who have received a “first dose.” The current statistics assume that the single dose Johnson and Johnson shot is not yet a factor.

By age:

16-24 Years: 22,397 have received a first dose. 23,695 have completed the series.

25-34 Years: 55,840 have received a first dose, 83,041 have completed the series.

35-44 Years: 77,450 have received a first dose, 104,630 have completed the series.

45-54 Years: 114,805 have received a first dose, 126,542 have completed the series.

55-64 Years: 202,898 have received a first dose, 171,957 have completed the series.

65-74 Years: 675,933 have received a first dose, 812,305 have completed the series.

75-84 Years: 406,203 have received a first dose, 472,146 have completed the series.

85 Years and older: 136,564 have received a first dose, 172,624 have completed the series.

By Race:

White: 1,107,597 have completed the first dose, 1,360,744 have completed the series.

Black: 109,033 have completed the first dose, 111,007 have completed the series.

These numbers are accurate as of Wednesday morning, March 10th, 2021, and are provided by the Florida Department of Health.

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