My parents recently got their first shot of the Pfizer vaccine last week. They plan to go visit my brother and his family after they get their second shot in about 4 weeks. I guess they're saying it could be as much as 6 weeks, because the county isn't sure how much vaccine is coming in, but they are on a list now and they have at least had the first shot.
I've been following the progress using the Bloomberg vaccine tracker, although there are others you can use. But, while I'm sure that the rate of progress varies from location to location, the latest estimate is that at the current pace it will take about 10 more months to vaccinate 75% of the population.
https://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/covi ... tribution/
In the U.S., the latest vaccination rate is 1,426,098 doses per day, on average. At this rate, it will take an estimated 10 months to cover 75% of the population with a two-dose vaccine.
And the pace has generally been increasing so maybe they can even improve on that rate.
Here in Japan, vaccinations have not even begun yet. They are doing a second state of emergency as they call it here, which isn't exactly a lockdown because it's mostly voluntary, but it does seem to be working to lower the rate of new infections.
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