The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines have made their way into Washington.

The Washington State Department of Health, in partnership with Microsoft AI for Health, has added data on vaccine distribution to its coronavirus data dashboard. Numbers are updated every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, offering a snapshot of our progress toward preventing the spread of Covid-19.

The state's current goal is to vaccinate about 70 percent of the population above age 16 to achieve herd immunity. The DOH hasn't yet included thousands of federal vaccinations, from Veterans Affairs, the Bureau of Prisons, and others, into its tallies, meaning the numbers below are slight underestimates. (As of June 17, including those doses would raise Washington's 16+ initiation rate to 67.8 percent, according to DOH.) With that in mind, here are the latest figures for Washington state and King County.

Vaccination Rates

Percent of people in Washington 16 years or older who've received one dose: 65.0%

Percent of people in Washington 16 years or older who are fully vaccinated: 57.9%

Percent of people in Washington 12 years or older who've received one dose: 63.1%

Percent of people in Washington 12 years or older who are fully vaccinated: 55.7%

Percent of people in King County 16 years or older who've received one dose: 76.5%

Percent of people in King County 16 years or older who are fully vaccinated: 69.1%

Percent of people in King County 12 years or older who've received one dose: 75.4%

Percent of people in King County 12 years or older who are fully vaccinated: 67.5%

Vaccine Distribution

Vaccine doses given in Washington: 7,528,340

Doses delivered to Washington providers: 6,004,370

Doses delivered for federal partnership programs: 2,453,180

Percentage of all delivered doses given: 89.0%

Doses delivered per day (current seven-day average; state goal: 45,000): 30,677