Vaccine Dosage Allocated to New York State

VACCINE DOSAGE ALLOCATED TO NEW YORK STATE

The federal government determines how much vaccine New York State receives each week. New allocations from the federal government begin arriving mid-week and are fully delivered by the end of the week. Providers can start administering new allocations as soon as they arrive.

Vaccination program numbers are for all doses distributed to New York providers, including doses used in the state's vaccination program and doses reserved for the federal government’s Long Term Care Facility program.

As of 5/23/2021, weekly vaccine allocation numbers do not differentiate between first and second doses because of changes to the federal government's vaccine ordering process.

 

 

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Vaccine Metrics

Doses Delivered is based on the amount of first and second doses that New York providers have received from the federal government. New York providers include hospitals, mass vaccination sites operated by the State or local governments, pharmacies, participants in the federal government’s Long Term Care Facility program, and other providers registered with the state to serve as points of distribution.