President Biden is touting his administration's Covid-19 response, including administering more than 200 million coronavirus vaccine shots since he took office.
"Thanks to the help of all of you," Biden told lawmakers. "We're marshaling, with your help, everyone's help, we're marshaling every federal resource."
The battle against Covid-19 has been a central part of Biden's first 100 days. The $1.9 trillion Covid-19 economic relief package passed in March was Biden's primary and most pressing legislative priority since taking office.
The legislation provided $14 billion for researching, developing, distributing, administering and strengthening confidence in vaccines. It also put $47.8 billion toward testing, contact tracing and mitigation, including investing in laboratory capacity, community-based testing sites and mobile testing units, particularly in medically underserved areas.
Here's a look at the latest figures on US vaccinations:
- Nearly 235 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine have been administered in the United States, according to data published Wednesday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- The CDC reported that 234,639,414 total doses have been administered and about 78% of the 301,857,885 total doses have been delivered.
- That’s also about 2.2 million more doses reported administered since Tuesday, for a seven-day average of about 2.7 million doses per day.
- About 43% of the population – nearly 143 million people – have received at least one dose of vaccine
- 29.5% of the population – more than 98 million people – are fully vaccinated, CDC data shows.
Note: Data published by the CDC may be delayed, and doses may not have been given on the day reported.
CNN's Tami Luhby and Katie Lobosco contributed reporting to this post.