Vaccination rates: Here’s where each county stands with COVID-19 shots

Ohio is continuing its push to vaccinate the 11.7 million people who live in the state. As of Wednesday morning, 1.47 million vaccinations have been started in the state, which accounts for 12.62% of the state’s population.

Across the Miami Valley, Clark County has the highest vaccination rate, with nearly 15 percent of its population having received its first dose of the vaccine.

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COUNTY-BY-COUNTY VACCINATION RATES:

Mercer County: 11.2%

Auglaize County: 9.36%

Logan County: 8.74%

Darke County: 8.7%

Shelby County: 9%

Champaign County: 10.4%

Miami County: 10.83%

Clark County: 14.98%

Preble County: 10.13%

Montgomery County: 12.96%

Greene County: 13.78%

Butler County: 11.10%

Warren County: 13.12%

Clinton County: 10.96%