Florida Reaches 2.5 Million People Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19

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About 2.5 million people in Florida had been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of Tuesday. That total includes people who had received both doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or the single required dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Here are the 10 counties where the most residents had been fully vaccinated:

— Miami-Dade County: 269,763

— Palm Beach County: 235,555

— Broward County: 213,496

— Hillsborough County: 119,853

— Pinellas County: 117,596

— Orange County: 112,568

— Duval County: 107,434

— Lee County: 95,911

— Brevard County: 68,683

— Volusia County: 67,697

Source: Florida Department of Health

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