PHILADEPHIA, PA - More than a million Pennsylvanians according to the Pennsylvania Department of Health have been fully vaccinated as of Monday.
How Many Pennsylvanians Have Been Vaccinated
According to the latest reported data, a little over 1.4 million residents have received the one-shot Johnson & Johnson or both the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine doses. This means that 11.2% of Pennsylvania residents have now been fully vaccinated against Covide-19.
Also reported is that close to 30% of all Pennsylvanians have received at least one vaccine dose.
The news comes in the wake of Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's press conference. Where he announced that beginning April 4, indoor restaurants and bar seating rules will increase to 75% capacity. However, social distancing and mask-wearing, according to the governor's administration, will still be in place. Pennsylvania Bars and Restaurants Will Increase Capacity to 75%
And in Philadelphia, vaccine clinics are now taking walk-in clients. Philadelphia's Health Commissioner announced Monday that four vaccination clinics in the city will now accept a walk-in client who lives within the neighborhood and is eligible for the shoot. Philadelphia Will Accept Walk-In's At Vaccine Clinics