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- Three coronavirus vaccines — from Pfizer, Moderna, and AstraZeneca — have shown positive results in late-stage trials.
- The federal government is allocating vaccine doses to states by population.
- Most states have announced the number of doses they expect to receive in the first round of distribution.
Three vaccines for COVID-19 - from- have shown positive results in trials, and could soon be distributed throughout the United States.
Most states have announced how many doses they expect to receive in the first batch once a vaccine is approved. Here's what each state has said so far:
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- Alabama will initially receive 40,950 vaccine doses, fewer than the original promise of 112,000 doses, according to the
- Alaska will get to being, likely some from Moderna and some from Pfizer.
- Arkansas will get 45,000 to 90,000 doses, according
- California will receive 327,000 initial doses in "mid December," according to
- Colorado is set to get 46,800 doses of the
- Connecticut will receive 20,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine
- Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said that the state will receive one to two million vaccine doses in the middle of December.
- Idaho expects to start out with of the Pfizer vaccine.
- Illinois will get 109,000 of the
- Iowa officials expect .
- will likely receive 23,750 doses.
- will get 12,675 doses.
- is set to get 40,000 initial doses.
- Maine will get 12,675 of the Pfizer vaccine.
- Maryland is planning for 155,000 doses in the .
- Massachussetts will get 60,000 doses initially, according to
- Minnesota will start out with
- Mississippi will get 20,000 vaccine doses, according to the
- expects 51,000 doses.
- Montana will be allocated
- Nebraska will get 15,600 Pfizer doses in the first round, according to Gov. Pete Ricketts.
- Nevada will receive 164,000 doses in the
- New Hampshire expects between 10,000 and 15,000, according to
- New Jersey expects 76,000 doses by the end of the year,
- New Mexico will get 17,500 of the Pfizer vaccine.
- New York expects to get on December 15, Gov. Andrew Cuomo tweeted.
- North Carolina will get
- North Dakota will start with 20,500
- Ohio plans to receive 98,000 doses on
- Oklahoma will start out with
- In Oregon, officials are planning on receiving
- Rhode Island expects
- South Dakota will get a first shipment of
- Tennessee will start out with
- An initial allotment of 1.4 million vaccine doses should start arriving in Texas during the week of December 14,
- Vermont will get 6,000 doses in the
- Virginia will start with 72,150 doses of the
- Washington is set to receive
- West Virginia expects to receive 60,000 doses,
- Wisconsin plans on getting 65,000 vaccine doses
- Wyoming will receive 5,000 doses in
Pfizer has applied for emergency authorized use with the US Food and Drug Administration, and could be cleared as early as December 10. Some state governments are announcing plans to receive doses even sooner, and those not listed haven't yet said publicly how many doses of a vaccine they expect or when.
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New York expects to get 170,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine on December 15, Gov. Andrew Cuomo tweeted.
California will receive 327,000 initial doses in "mid December," according to Gov. Gavin Newsom.
An initial allotment of 1.4 million vaccine doses should start arriving in Texas during the week of December 14, Gov. Greg Abbot said.
New Jersey expects 1.1 million doses by the end of January, according to state health commissioner Judith Persichilli.
Alabama will initially receive 40,950 vaccine doses, fewer than the original promise of 112,000 doses, according to the state department of health.
Arkansas will get 45,000 to 90,000 doses, according Arkansas Secretary of Health Dr. Jose Romero.
, the government program to develop and deliver vaccines, will distribute 6.4 million doses in the first batch, which will be allocated to states based on population, Many states haven't yet addressed when they will get the first doses, but those that have expect them in mid-December.
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