2021 | Coronavirus

10.2% of Montgomery County residents have received COVID-19 vaccine

107 new cases of coronavirus reported Wednesday

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About 10.2% of Montgomery County residents have received the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, according to county and state data.

In total, 107,589 residents have received a first dose, and 34,022 people are fully vaccinated.

About two-thirds have received the Moderna vaccine and one-third have received the Pfizer vaccine, according to data from the Montgomery County Department of Health.

Across Maryland, 655,277 people (10.8% of the population) have gotten the first dose and 253,702 (4.2%) have received a second dose.

On Wednesday, 107 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported in Montgomery County, bringing its total to 61,942.

Montgomery County has not reported a COVID-19 death in two days. The county has had 1,337 confirmed COVID-19 deaths since the pandemic began in March 2020.

There have been an additional 45 “probable” deaths, meaning the coronavirus is listed as the cause of death but it was not confirmed with a laboratory test.

In Maryland, there have been 372,980 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 7,449 confirmed deaths.