ABC11’s Vaccine Tracker shows that 630,774 people across North Carolina have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as of Jan. 26, the most recent total made public by the state. At least 97,374 people have received both doses.

Statewide, ABC11’s analysis shows the number of people who’ve gotten a first dose so far is about 8% of all North Carolina residents who are at least 16 years old. A child vaccine is not yet available.

The data shows the number of people who are now fully vaccinated in the state is about 1%.

The figures do not include about 84,000 people in long-term care facilities who’ve received at least one dose of vaccine so far under a program that is managed by the federal government. The state data has been updated on Tuesdays and Fridays the last couple of weeks, though the state says its total number of vaccinations could be behind actual doses administered by up to 72 hours.

At least 136 vaccination locations are distributing vaccines, according to the state’s latest list. You can search every vaccine location in the Raleigh and Durham areas, as well as across North Carolina, below.

What’s happening in my North Carolina county?

You can look up the progress thus far of vaccination of people in Phase 1 and all people over 16 in every North Carolina county below. Start typing your county name in the search bar to find it faster.