The coronavirus pandemic certainly feels like, to many people in Alabama, it's becoming an issue of the past. Vaccines are being doled out, businesses and municipalities are lifting mask mandates, concerts are coming back, and life might be starting to look a little normal again.

But, where does the state of Alabama stand in the data?

We took a look at how the Yellowhammer State is shaping up against the rest of the country, and how each Alabama county has responded to the availability of a COVID-19 vaccine. While the rules may be relaxing, Alabama still ranks dead last in total inoculation.

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According to Becker's Hospital Review, Alabama is ranked No. 51 in vaccine administration. With a total of 4,646,550 doses distributed to the state, only about 65% have been used.

The report indicated that the most vaccinated state is New Mexico, with 94.81% of its doses used. Mississippi comes right before Alabama at 69% inoculation.

Here's a look at how the state of Alabama is doing in regards to vaccine usage. Check out the county-by-county breakdown below and see which Alabamians are more "vaxxed up" than others.

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Alabama COVID-19 Vaccine Breakdown (June 2021)

Each graphic shows how many people are vaccinated in all of Alabama's 67 counties, plus the percentage of vaccinated people versus that county's total population. This data was pulled from the Alabama Department of Public Health, county health departments and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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