COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker

Science-based information to help you stay informed about the safety and availability of a COVID-19 vaccine

The Path to Defeating COVID‑19

As the trusted champion for lung health, the American Lung Association is focused on slowing the spread and defeating COVID-19. To further protect the overall population and those most vulnerable, we need a sufficiently high proportion of the population to get vaccinated to stop coronavirus transmission. The introduction of COVID-19 vaccines gives us hope. 

We encourage everyone to consider getting a vaccine once one is available to them. 

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From hugging grandma to attending the big game, COVID-19 vaccination is the start of a chain reaction to return to what we love.

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Better For It - COVID-19 Vaccine Toolkit

It will take all of us to bring this pandemic under control, and we invite you to download our resources to help spread the word in your community.

COVID-19 Vaccine Progress to Date in the U.S.

45% of the total population is fully vaccinated.
53% of the total population has receive at least one dose.
65% of adults have received at least one dose.

You can view vaccination rates by age, geographic, race or ethnicity on this CDC Vaccine Tracker.

Everyone 12 years of age and older is now eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccination.

Three vaccines are currently authorized for emergency use. All currently authorized and recommended COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective and reduce your risk of severe illness. The best COVID-19 vaccine is the first one that is available to you. You're considered "fully vaccinated" two weeks after your final shot.


  • People 12 years and older
  • 2 doses, 21 days apart


  • People 18 years and older
  • 2 doses, 28 days apart

Johnson & Johnson

  • People 18 years and older
  • 1 dose

Where to Get Your Vaccination

Select your state below to visit your health department for more information on how and when you can get your COVID-19 vaccination. You can also search for availability through your local pharmacy by visiting

Have You Received the COVID-19 Vaccine?

The American Lung Association encourages everyone to talk to their doctor about getting the COVID-19 vaccine. To stop the spread of infection and end the pandemic, the U.S. needs widespread adoption of the COVID-19 vaccine. Did you get vaccinated?

Vaccine FAQs

Get answers to common and evolving questions around a COVID-19 vaccine.

What can I do once I'm fully vaccinated?

Once you're fully vaccinated (2 weeks after second dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or 2 weeks after a single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine) you can start doing some activities you had to stop because of the pandemic. The CDC has more guidance on how to be safe once you're fully vaccinated.

Is it safe for me to get a COVID-19 vaccine if I would like to have a baby one day?

Yes. Whether you are trying to get pregnant now, or want to get pregnant in the future, you may get a COVID-19 vaccine that protects you against severe illness from COVID-19. Misinformation is circulating and that can be confusing. There isn’t any evidence that any of the COVID-19 vaccines currently available cause problems with pregnancy or the development of the placenta. There has never been any evidence of fertility problems as a side effect for any vaccine, including COVID-19 vaccines.  Speak with your healthcare provider if you have concerns so they can help you address them with science-based information.

Will COVID-19 vaccines protect me against the emerging variants?

Yes. So far, studies suggest that the currently available vaccines work on variants circulating across the U.S. and globe. Many of the more common variants allow the virus to spread more easily, making it especially important to get vaccinated as soon as possible. If you are not yet fully vaccinated, protect yourself by following recommendations for wearing a face mask and maintaining social distance. And maintain good health practices such as washing your hands and avoiding unnecessary exposure to people who are sick.

You can view reports from the CDC showing which variants are currently most common in the United States.

Vaccine Safety

The U.S. has an established vaccine safety system that ensures all vaccines are as safe as possible. The safety of a COVID-19 vaccine is a top priority. Learn more about how federal partners are ensuring that the COVID-19 vaccines are safe.

Register for V-Safe After Vaccine Health Checker

Use your smartphone to tell CDC about any side effects after getting the COVID-19 vaccine. You’ll also get reminders if you need a second vaccine dose. Learn more and register.

Facts about Vaccines

Learn about vaccines for respiratory diseases, how they are made and how they have evolved.

COVID-19 Town Hall Series

Health experts come together in this webinar series to discuss topics surrounding the health impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on all Americans.
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The American Lung Association urges members of the public to always consult with their own healthcare providers about whether this or any vaccine is appropriate for them.

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