More out-of-state residents have received the COVID vaccine in Florida than in Seminole, Lake, or 13 other counties

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As of Sunday, Jan. 31, about 1.7 million people had received COVID-19 vaccinations in Florida. Here is a breakdown of the counties with the most residents vaccinated:

— Miami-Dade County: 177,673

— Palm Beach County: 160,905

— Broward County: 144,039

— Orange County: 85,296

— Duval County: 80,541

— Hillsborough County: 77,469

— Pinellas County: 75,625

— Lee County: 61,243

— Out-of-state residents: 55,122

— Brevard County: 45,660

— Volusia County: 45,068

— Sarasota County: 40,905

— Collier County: 38,679

— Lake County: 36,913

— Seminole County: 36,042

— Polk County: 35,060

— St. Johns County: 32,210

— Alachua County: 32,204

— Marion County: 31,000

— Pasco County: 29,449

— Leon County: 29,128

— Escambia County: 27,104

— Manatee County: 26,795

— St. Lucie County: 24,433


Source: Florida Department of Health

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