In February, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported the country has been getting vaccinated for the coronaviral vaccine at an annual rate of 1.7 million people.
That’s about 70 percent of the country.
But, the rate is expected to drop to less than half that.
That means the rate for the entire U.S. population is about 2.1 million people who’ve been vaccinated.
That number will fall to 2.2 million people by April.
The news has not been good for the vaccine.
The average age of the vaccinated was about 39, down from about 42.
But the rate was still higher than the national average, at 7.2 percent.
That was more than double the national rate of 3.3 percent.
The vaccine is still a work in progress.
The vaccine has been on the market for more than six months and has not seen any major changes in the way it is administered or the number of people who are getting vaccinated.
In fact, some people are seeing a slight reduction in their risk of getting the disease.