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2009 H1N1 Influenza Vaccine Supply Status

December 31, 2009, 5:00 PM ET

Note: Supplies of the vaccines to protect against the 2009 H1N1 virus are increasing and many places have opened up vaccination to anyone who wants it. This vaccine is the best way to protect against the 2009 H1N1 pandemic virus. Those who have been patiently waiting to receive the 2009 H1N1 vaccine are now encouraged to get vaccinated.

2009 H1N1 Vaccine Doses Allocated,
Ordered, and Shipped by Project Area
Posted December 31, 2009, 5:00 PM ET
 
Total Doses Allocated as of 12/30/2009: 118,241,100*
Project Areas** Total Doses Ordered
as of 12/30/09
Total Doses Shipped***
as of 12/30/09
GRAND TOTAL 104,249,900 99,362,620
Alabama 1561600 1511300
Alaska 262800 225200
American Samoa 15000 5000
Arizona 2374000 2374000
Arkansas 1075000 1023900
California 13030300 12722600
Chicago 1069500 1020100
Colorado 1578300 1347400
Connecticut 1134200 1128000
Delaware 294100 291800
District of Columbia 173900 173700
Federal Worker Program1 620200 620000
Florida 5068100 4956600
Georgia 3512000 3252900
Guam 57900 57900
Hawaii 487400 443600
Idaho 552800 552800
Illinois 3405900 3287700
Indiana 1942200 1926400
Iowa 1084600 1036800
Kansas 810600 804220
Kentucky 1212300 1159700
Louisiana 960400 927100
Maine 654500 590600
Marshall Islands 2500 2500
Maryland 2003000 1817100
Massachusetts 2673700 2561800
Michigan 2568000 2554600
Micronesia 39100 27400
Minnesota 2151300 2022000
Mississippi 700300 699300
Missouri 1612400 1609700
Montana 348600 333300
Nebraska 662400 637600
Nevada 769800 769100
New Hampshire  444400 424600
New Jersey 2469100 2383300
New Mexico 688900 641900
New York  4549600 3815700
New York City 2591800 2561000
North Carolina 2887100 2886600
North Dakota 213500 213500
Northern Mariana Islands 37900 37900
Ohio 4038300 3758300
Oklahoma 996900 996900
Oregon 1119500 1110000
Pennsylvania 3850200 3808000
Philadelphia 394800 394800
Puerto Rico 1058300 1049900
Republic of Palau 10400 10400
Rhode Island 527100 514500
South Carolina 1310700 1310700
South Dakota 374500 355800
Tennessee 2093300 1928800
Texas 8456800 7389300
Utah 902900 865200
Vermont 260500 239100
Virgin Islands  21400 21400
Virginia 3849800 3482900
Washington 2132400 2113500
West Virginia 625900 625200
Wisconsin 1811400 1785900
Wyoming 163800 163800

1For more information, please visit: http://www.opm.gov/pandemic/memos/h1n1_20090930.asp

* Doses allocated to project areas for ordering are those that are at the distribution depots and ready for project areas to order.
Vaccine is allocated to each project area in proportion to its population (pro rata).

** Project areas reflect CDC Public Health Emergency Response (PHER) Grantees

*** There is a lag time between allocation, ordering, and shipment of doses as project areas place orders and those orders are processed and shipped.

View table data in XML format NEW Dec 31


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