Hispanic people across the United States continue to be especially underrepresented among those vaccinated for Covid-19, according to a New York Times analysis of state-reported race and ethnicity information. The Hispanic share of the vaccinated population is less than the Hispanic general population in all states with large Hispanic communities.
Known Hispanic share of the vaccinated population and of the general population
Note: The states that were included had Hispanic populations of 10 percent or more. Nevada and New Jersey were excluded because they do not report the race and ethnicity of vaccinated people, but rather of all doses given. States define race and ethnicity differently and with varying levels of completeness — in some states as much as a third of