CDC says Half of US adults have now received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine

A big part of US adults have now gotten at any rate one portion of a COVID-19 vaccine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Sunday.

Almost 130 million individuals, or around 50.4 percent of the complete grown-up population, have gotten in any event one vaccine shot, the CDC said.

Then, very nearly 84 million adults — about 32.5 percent of the population — are completely vaccinated, the agency said.

There are as of now two vaccines accessible — a two-portion shot made by Pfizer, another two-portion shot by Moderna — after government controllers briefly stopped the utilization of a third, a solitary portion poke by Johnson and Johnson, in light of reports of uncommon blood clots.

Government authorities still can’t seem to decide if the vaccine welcomed on the blood-coagulating issues.

Be that as it may, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday that he accepts controllers will continue the utilization of shot at some point this week, perhaps with limitations or notice.

“I would be exceptionally amazed in the event that we don’t have a resumption in some structure by Friday,” he said. “I don’t actually expect that they will need it stretch it out somewhat more.”