COVID-19 vaccination rates (as of January 10, 2022) by county racial/ethnic composition and metropolitan status


Bar chart with 2 groups and 4 items per group.

Group 1, Metro.
Item 1, All counties 61.
Item 2, Hispanic 64.
Item 3, Black 55.
Item 4, American Indian/Alaska Native 69*.
Group 2, Nonmetro.
Item 1, All counties 48.
Item 2, Hispanic 51.
Item 3, Black 42.
Item 4, American Indian/Alaska Native 62.

Note: "Metro" and "nonmetro" designations are based on the 2013 definition of metropolitan and nonmetropolitan counties, as determined by the Office of Management and Budget. Completed vaccinations that have not been assigned to counties are not reflected in the metro/nonmetro vaccination rates. Data are not readily available for counties in Hawaii and are not included. *Only two counties (San Juan, NM and Sioux, ND) are classified as metro with 25 percent or more American Indian/Alaska Native population.

Source: USDA, Economic Research Service using data from U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Texas Department of State Health Services; and U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 2020 Census Redistricting file and population estimates program (2019).