North Dakota’s Daily Vaccination Dose Count Has Slowed to a Trickle
MINOT, N.D. — We’ve all read the headlines about vaccine hesitancy in North Dakota, but how bad is it?
Like, really bad.
The pace of administered vaccines has slowed to a trickle. According to the state Department of Health’s vaccine data dashboard, so far in May, the average number of vaccine doses delivered has been 393 per day.
In April that average was 3,980.
In March it was 6,013.