GREENVILLE, N.C. (Stacker.com) — As of the last week of April 2022, just over 1,100 children in the United States have died from COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

For comparison, 1 million adults have died in the same time frame. Lower death and hospitalization rates among people 18 and younger may indicate that children experience COVID-19 less severely.

Despite a generally milder illness, schools have been upended during the pandemic, and children have suffered socially, emotionally, and academically from two years of shutdowns and social distancing measures. To combat more systemic disruptions and protect communities on a larger scale, the Food and Drug Administration fully authorized the Pfizer vaccine for people 16 and over and granted emergency authorization for children between 5 and 16. Neither the Moderna nor Johnson & Johnson vaccines are authorized—even on an emergency basis—for those under 18.

FDA authorizes booster for children aged 5-11

Citing data compiled by the CDC and the Department of Health and Human Services, HeyTutor looked at vaccination rates among children in every state in the U.S. and Washington D.C. Booster shots are not yet recommended for children under 12. States are ranked by vaccination rates among children ages 5-11 as of Apr. 29, 2022.

There are 73 million children under the age of 18 in the U.S., representing almost one-quarter of the total population. Nationally, about 30% of children between the ages of 5 and 11, and 60% of children between 12 and 17 are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Still, concerns about the vaccine persist, with parents questioning its efficacy as well as both its short- and long-term side effects. And while many parents share the same concerns, the strength of those misgivings varies by demographic, geographic, and political lines, according to a recurring survey conducted by the COVID States Project. The project consisted of a multi-university group of researchers from Northeastern, Harvard, Rutgers, and Northwestern Universities. The survey polled nearly 23,000 individuals from the end of December 2021 to late January 2022.

College-educated parents are more likely to vaccinate their children than parents without a college degree, for example. And when looking at parental income as an indicator of vaccination likelihood, 81% of the highest earners—people making at least $150,000 annually—reported they are likely to vaccinate their children compared to 46% of parents earning $25,000 or less.

Parents in the Northeastern and Western U.S. are more likely to vaccinate their teenagers than parents in Midwestern and Southern states. Vaccine likelihood varies significantly between urban and rural breakdowns as well, with parents of teenagers in rural areas reporting they are less likely—by nearly 20 percentage points—to vaccinate their children.

Vaccine hesitancy is higher—and growing—among parents of children between 5 and 11. When looking at the parental political affiliation of this age bracket, 42% of Republican parents surveyed in January 2022 say they are likely to vaccinate their kids compared to 55% of Independents and 76% of Democrats. Among all three groups, the proportion of parents expressing the likelihood of vaccinating their children declined since September 2021.

Politics is playing an increasingly large and sometimes disproportionate role in communication about the COVID-19 vaccine for children. An Associated Press investigation found the anti-vaccine group Children’s Health Defense—run by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.—more than doubled its revenue in the first year of the pandemic to $6.8 million. AP reported the group targets and spreads misinformation to people already more likely to not trust the vaccine, including mothers and Black Americans.

Since the fall of 2021, Asian and Hispanic parents are consistently more likely to vaccinate their children, while white and Black parents report a lower likelihood.

As the end of this school year approaches and administrators plan for the fall, COVID-19 vaccine mandates for students will be an ongoing conversation. Currently, four states—California, Illinois, Louisiana, and New York—as well as Washington D.C. have implemented some type of mandate that will be implemented in the fall. Nineteen states have banned them.

Read on to learn more about child vaccination rates in your state.

The shore of Mobile Bay in Fairhope, Alabama

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#51. Alabama

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 10.1% (42,674)
— Ages 12-17: 34.9% (129,878)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 15.3% (64,522)
— Ages 12-17: 44.3% (164,918)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 12.0% (15,522)

Street cars in New Orleans, Louisiana

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#50. Louisiana

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 11.9% (50,351)
— Ages 12-17: 38.9% (140,840)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 16.8% (71,208)
— Ages 12-17: 47.3% (171,381)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 12.7% (17,892)

The Skyline over the Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi

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#49. Mississippi

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 12.2% (33,091)
— Ages 12-17: 38.1% (92,936)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 15.4% (41,883)
— Ages 12-17: 45.8% (111,606)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 11.2% (10,416)

The Snake River Overlook in Wyoming, featuring the Grand Tetons in the background

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#48. Wyoming

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 14.3% (7,614)
— Ages 12-17: 36.5% (16,672)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 17.4% (9,241)
— Ages 12-17: 41.8% (19,081)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 18.6% (3,098)

The New River Gorge Bridge, as seen from the Canyon Rim Visitor Center in Overlook, West Virginia

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#47. West Virginia

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 15.1% (21,354)
— Ages 12-17: 43.2% (54,056)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 19.4% (27,439)
— Ages 12-17: 49.1% (61,458)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 18.7% (10,090)

An intersection in Johnson City, Tennessee

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#46. Tennessee

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 15.4% (89,993)
— Ages 12-17: 38.5% (198,984)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 18.5% (108,417)
— Ages 12-17: 45.3% (233,911)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 17.3% (34,365)

Oklahoma Route 66 Sign along the historic Route 66

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#45. Oklahoma

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 15.8% (59,602)
— Ages 12-17: 45.0% (144,253)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 20.0% (75,201)
— Ages 12-17: 54.5% (174,688)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 14.0% (20,139)

A view of Atlanta's skyline from Lake Meer in Piedmont Park

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#44. Georgia

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 15.9% (154,716)
— Ages 12-17: 42.7% (373,646)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 21.7% (210,698)
— Ages 12-17: 53.2% (465,238)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 15.8% (59,081)

A scenic suburb in Ozark, Arkansas

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#43. Arkansas

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 16.7% (45,549)
— Ages 12-17: 45.5% (109,103)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 23.2% (63,256)
— Ages 12-17: 56.0% (134,204)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 15.4% (16,776)

Downtown skyline over the river walk in Indianapolis, Indiana

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#42. Indiana

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 16.7% (101,756)
— Ages 12-17: 41.1% (222,228)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 23.8% (144,806)
— Ages 12-17: 47.9% (259,015)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 23.8% (52,933)

An idyllic, rural Idaho homestead amongst rolling hills

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#41. Idaho

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 17.2% (30,164)
— Ages 12-17: 39.8% (62,365)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 19.9% (34,854)
— Ages 12-17: 44.7% (69,903)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: .4% (221)

Waterfront houses, in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

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#40. South Carolina

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 17.3% (75,659)
— Ages 12-17: 44.0% (168,119)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 22.1% (96,213)
— Ages 12-17: 52.0% (198,705)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 15.4% (25,810)

The skyline of Las Vegas, Nevada, as seen over the strip at dusk

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#39. Nevada

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 18.8% (51,386)
— Ages 12-17: 51.0% (119,389)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 24.2% (65,944)
— Ages 12-17: 65.4% (153,291)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 16.4% (19,602)

The Kentucky River framing the downtown urban core of Frankfort, Kentucky

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#38. Kentucky

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 18.9% (73,585)
— Ages 12-17: 44.2% (150,957)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 23.2% (90,400)
— Ages 12-17: 51.1% (174,345)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 19.6% (29,578)

An aerial view of Miami Beach in South Beach, Florida

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#37. Florida

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 19.6% (321,266)
— Ages 12-17: 55.2% (799,283)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 24.9% (408,550)
— Ages 12-17: 66.4% (962,021)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 15.4% (122,965)

The St. Louis Gateway Arch in Missouri

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#36. Missouri

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 19.7% (105,286)
— Ages 12-17: 44.1% (206,559)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 25.4% (135,643)
— Ages 12-17: 51.9% (243,150)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 20.0% (41,410)

The sunrise over Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota

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#35. North Dakota

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 20.0% (14,115)
— Ages 12-17: 40.7% (22,520)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 24.8% (17,516)
— Ages 12-17: 48.1% (26,634)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 8.0% (1,799)

A scenic highway in St. Mary, Montana, with the Rocky Mountains in the background

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#34. Montana

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 20.4% (18,382)
— Ages 12-17: 44.0% (34,085)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 25.9% (23,280)
— Ages 12-17: 51.4% (39,815)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 19.8% (6,746)

The red, white, and blue Bicentennial Barn in Vinton County, Ohio

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#33. Ohio

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 22.8% (227,812)
— Ages 12-17: 44.5% (395,911)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 26.1% (259,948)
— Ages 12-17: 49.2% (437,981)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 26.4% (104,466)

A curving highway near grain elevators in Saunders, Kansas

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#32. Kansas

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 23.6% (65,163)
— Ages 12-17: 52.2% (124,561)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 30.1% (83,125)
— Ages 12-17: 61.8% (147,492)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 21.7% (27,076)

An aerial view of Winston-Salem, North Carolina

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#31. North Carolina

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 23.9% (213,776)
— Ages 12-17: 50.1% (399,943)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 31.7% (283,057)
— Ages 12-17: 65.8% (525,436)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 14.1% (56,457)

An aerial view of Austin, Texas, and Lady Bird Lake

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#30. Texas

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 24.0% (696,645)
— Ages 12-17: 57.9% (1,449,864)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 35.6% (1,034,263)
— Ages 12-17: 73.5% (1,840,265)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 16.6% (241,160)

The western suburbs of Rapid City, South Dakota

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#29. South Dakota

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 24.5% (20,940)
— Ages 12-17: 49.0% (34,601)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 30.6% (26,121)
— Ages 12-17: 63.1% (44,514)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 18.4% (6,356)

An aerial view of Sheldon, Iowa

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#28. Iowa

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 24.5% (69,450)
— Ages 12-17: 49.1% (121,913)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 27.7% (78,353)
— Ages 12-17: 54.5% (135,129)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 23.9% (29,122)

Mendenhall Glacier Viewpoint with fireweed in bloom in Juneau, Alaska

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#27. Alaska

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 25.2% (18,058)
— Ages 12-17: 57.2% (32,759)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 30.9% (22,101)
— Ages 12-17: 63.2% (36,240)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 24.8% (8,128)

A highway leading to downtown Phoenix, Arizona

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#26. Arizona

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 25.4% (162,968)
— Ages 12-17: 56.7% (321,571)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 34.8% (223,417)
— Ages 12-17: 69.9% (396,841)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 22.0% (70,886)

Downtown Traverse City, Michigan, in fall

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#25. Michigan

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 25.6% (211,638)
— Ages 12-17: 47.3% (355,379)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 29.0% (239,567)
— Ages 12-17: 52.2% (392,342)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 28.3% (100,424)

A country road in Nebraska

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#24. Nebraska

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 27.5% (51,236)
— Ages 12-17: 54.7% (87,087)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 31.8% (59,186)
— Ages 12-17: 60.6% (96,333)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 26.1% (22,695)

Salt Lake City, Utah

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#23. Utah

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 28.2% (103,330)
— Ages 12-17: 60.1% (190,718)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 35.0% (128,067)
— Ages 12-17: 68.0% (215,803)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 21.5% (40,954)

An aerial view of downtown Wilmington, Delaware

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#22. Delaware

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 28.3% (22,446)
— Ages 12-17: 61.5% (42,798)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 35.7% (28,308)
— Ages 12-17: 72.1% (50,182)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 25.8% (11,047)

The skyline of downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in the afternoon

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#21. Wisconsin

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 29.9% (147,329)
— Ages 12-17: 54.3% (240,957)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 33.5% (164,732)
— Ages 12-17: 59.9% (266,013)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 29.1% (70,067)

City Hall in downtown Concord, New Hampshire

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#20. New Hampshire

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 30.6% (29,842)
— Ages 12-17: 59.4% (55,922)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 41.0% (39,967)
— Ages 12-17: 74.2% (69,839)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 29.2% (16,306)

The Pittsburgh skyline as viewed from the hills

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#19. Pennsylvania

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 30.7% (314,215)
— Ages 12-17: 56.9% (519,941)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 37.5% (383,807)
— Ages 12-17: 69.5% (634,971)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 23.8% (123,822)

Astoria, Oregon, overlooking the Astoria Megler Bridge as it crosses the Columbia River

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#18. Oregon

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 32.3% (110,533)
— Ages 12-17: 63.4% (187,985)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 39.9% (136,527)
— Ages 12-17: 70.4% (208,855)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 33.8% (63,631)

Residential suburbs in Albuquerque, New Mexico

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#17. New Mexico

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 32.8% (61,865)
— Ages 12-17: 68.3% (113,759)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 43.5% (81,903)
— Ages 12-17: 82.5% (137,335)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 28.9% (32,901)

Mountain views in downtown Telluride, Colorado

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#16. Colorado

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 34.0% (166,959)
— Ages 12-17: 64.7% (282,848)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 41.0% (200,956)
— Ages 12-17: 72.4% (316,392)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 30.1% (85,011)

The San Diego skyline, as viewed from Point Loma Island, California

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#15. California

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 35.5% (1,237,246)
— Ages 12-17: 72.9% (2,208,793)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 42.7% (1,485,883)
— Ages 12-17: 83.5% (2,528,442)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 28.7% (634,239)

The Seattle skyline near sundown—featuring the Space Needle and Mt. Rainier

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#14. Washington

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 35.7% (234,418)
— Ages 12-17: 68.4% (375,409)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 40.9% (268,697)
— Ages 12-17: 75.0% (411,609)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 32.8% (123,133)

An aerial view of Jersey City at sunset

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#13. New Jersey

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 36.4% (272,997)
— Ages 12-17: 72.1% (486,303)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 43.4% (325,000)
— Ages 12-17: 82.9% (559,265)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 27.1% (132,014)

A cityscape view of Lower Manhattan in New York City, New York

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#12. New York

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 37.0% (575,460)
— Ages 12-17: 72.8% (981,505)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 43.2% (671,052)
— Ages 12-17: 82.7% (1,115,278)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 24.9% (244,138)

The Washington Monument and Reflecting Pool in Washington D.C.

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#11. District of Columbia

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 37.3% (18,860)
— Ages 12-17: 77.6% (24,977)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 55.0% (27,868)
— Ages 12-17: 95.0% (33,550)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 25.8% (6,446)

Skyscrapers and Lake Michigan in Chicago, Illinois

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#10. Illinois

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 38.0% (412,841)
— Ages 12-17: 64.5% (634,300)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 42.9% (465,825)
— Ages 12-17: 70.8% (696,398)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 28.6% (181,354)

A street view of downtown Stillwater, Minnesota

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#9. Minnesota

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 38.6% (196,828)
— Ages 12-17: 62.4% (275,581)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 43.5% (221,850)
— Ages 12-17: 66.1% (291,947)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 33.4% (92,078)

Lake Fairfax in Reston, Virginia

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#8. Virginia

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 39.9% (288,501)
— Ages 12-17: 73.2% (462,937)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 47.0% (339,872)
— Ages 12-17: 82.8% (523,256)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 28.4% (131,414)

Pedestrians strolling on a boardwalk in Ocean City, Maryland

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#7. Maryland

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 41.9% (218,475)
— Ages 12-17: 77.2% (349,060)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 48.5% (252,380)
— Ages 12-17: 87.2% (394,183)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 31.3% (109,425)

Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head, Honolulu, Oahu Island, Hawai

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#6. Hawaii

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 42.0% (50,268)
— Ages 12-17: 84.0% (79,848)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 47.8% (57,201)
— Ages 12-17: 92.6% (88,095)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 30.1% (24,006)

A sailboat moored in front of a luxury waterfront estate in Greenwich, Connecticut

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#5. Connecticut

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 42.5% (117,968)
— Ages 12-17: 77.0% (206,433)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 50.6% (140,492)
— Ages 12-17: 91.1% (244,118)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 29.6% (61,090)

The downtown skyline of Portland, Maine

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#4. Maine

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 43.0% (41,209)
— Ages 12-17: 69.2% (62,017)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 47.9% (45,878)
— Ages 12-17: 76.1% (68,128)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 34.7% (21,547)

The historic street clock in Wellesley, Massachusetts

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#3. Massachusetts

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 49.5% (256,777)
— Ages 12-17: 78.7% (375,470)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 60.1% (311,463)
— Ages 12-17: 95.0% (454,181)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 33.4% (125,513)

Old harbor in Newport, Rhode Island

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#2. Rhode Island

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 50.7% (39,248)
— Ages 12-17: 81.6% (59,245)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 59.4% (45,921)
— Ages 12-17: 93.7% (68,033)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 30.9% (18,312)

The skyline in Montpelier, Vermont, in autumn

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#1. Vermont

– Children fully vaccinated:
— Ages 5-11: 58.8% (25,853)
— Ages 12-17: 81.3% (33,288)
– With at least one dose:
— Ages 5-11: 66.0% (29,017)
— Ages 12-17: 91.1% (37,306)
– With booster dose:
— Ages 12-17: 48.4% (16,105)

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