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Tesha Akins receives the first Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center on Dec. 17.

By Sully Barrett

Nearly 25% of the Williamson County population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

According to data provided by the Tennessee Department of Health, 153,240 vaccines have been administered throughout the county, with nearly 40% of the population having received at least one dose of the two dose vaccines. 

The state reports that 3,534,023 vaccines have been administered state-wide with 20.7% of Tennesseans fully vaccinated and 32.3% of Tennesseans having received at least one dose.

On Tuesday the FDA and CDC recommend pausing use of Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine which has no significant impact in Williamson County.

The county had 502 active cases of COVID-19 as of Friday, per the state

Register here to receive a vaccine appointment.

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