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West central Minnesota county-level COVID-19 jab rates

This list is accurate as of April 12, 2022

Series: COVID-19 | Story 2

April 14, 2022

Below are the county-level COVID-19 jab rates across west central Minnesota and surrounding counties. Source: The Bonanza Valley Voice will add in more counties as time allows on this list. County-level jab rates will also be posted for Metro-Area counties that include a larger share of Minnesota's population. The Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa school district counties are listed in bold print, while the first three counties listed are the lowest-jabbed counties in this area.

Meeker: fully-jabbed 48.33%, one dose 51.05%

Todd: fully 43.29%, one dose 45.61%

Morrison: fully 49.81%, one dose 54.46%

Kandiyohi: fully 54.77, one dose 58.97%

Swift: fully 56.82%, one dose 60.34%

Stearns: fully 60.5%, one dose 64.53%

Pope: fully 58.63%, one dose 62.33%

Douglas: fully 58.79%, one dose 62.58%

(HD VIDEO) In this video, Dr. Been takes 35 minutes explaining an Israeli study published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) that shows a second booster dwindles in its effectiveness within four weeks. A second booster is traditionally thought of as a "fourth" jab when referencing the Moderna or Pfizer jabs. In the case of the Johnson and Johnson jab, a second booster is the third jab in the jab series.

Stevens: fully 57.94%, one dose 61.25%

Big Stone: fully 62.74%, one dose 66.79%

Traverse: fully 62%, one dose 66.80%

Grant: fully 55.32%, one dose 58.24%

Lac qui Parle: fully 57.30%, one dose 59.93%

Renville: fully 54.27%, one dose. 57.27%

McLeod: fully 58.02%, one dose 61.99%

Yellow Medicine: fully 55.69%, one dose 59.03%

Redwood: fully 53.73%, one dose 56.34%

Otter Tail: fully 51.37%, one dose 55.97%


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