The Florida Department of Health released a report Friday that showed 71 percent of residents ages 12 or older had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Here is a breakdown by county:

--- Miami-Dade: 91 percent

--- Broward: 81 percent

--- Monroe: 80 percent

--- Osceola: 78 percent

--- Sarasota: 76 percent

--- Collier: 75 percent

--- Indian River: 75 percent

--- Palm Beach: 74 percent

--- Charlotte: 73 percent

--- Orange: 73 percent

--- St. Johns: 73 percent

--- Sumter: 73 percent

--- Alachua: 69 percent

--- Flagler: 69 percent

--- Lake: 68 percent

--- Lee: 68 percent

--- Martin: 68 percent

--- Seminole: 68 percent

--- St. Lucie: 68 percent

--- Brevard: 67 percent

--- Manatee: 67 percent

--- Pinellas: 67 percent

--- Hillsborough: 66 percent

--- Pasco: 66 percent

--- Volusia: 65 percent

--- Gadsden: 64 percent

--- Polk: 64 percent

--- Nassau: 63 percent

--- Duval: 62 percent

--- Highlands: 62 percent

--- Marion: 62 percent

--- Leon: 60 percent

--- Citrus: 59 percent

--- Hernando: 59 percent

--- Hendry: 57 percent

--- Walton: 57 percent

--- DeSoto: 56 percent

--- Jefferson: 56 percent

--- Union: 56 percent

--- Clay: 55 percent

--- Okaloosa: 55 percent

--- Bay: 54 percent

--- Santa Rosa: 54 percent

--- Wakulla: 54 percent

--- Escambia: 53 percent

--- Franklin: 53 percent

--- Levy: 53 percent

--- Gulf: 52 percent

--- Glades: 51 percent

--- Putnam: 50 percent

--- Okeechobee: 49 percent

--- Bradford: 48 percent

--- Hardee: 48 percent

--- Madison: 48 percent

--- Columbia: 47 percent

--- Lafayette: 46 percent

--- Taylor: 46 percent

--- Jackson: 45 percent

--- Baker: 44 percent

--- Gilchrist: 44 percent

--- Dixie: 41 percent

--- Suwannee: 40 percent

--- Washington: 40 percent

--- Calhoun: 39 percent

--- Hamilton: 38 percent

--- Liberty: 38 percent

--- Holmes: 32 percent

Note: The Department of Health does not publish county-by-county percentages of fully vaccinated people.

Source: Florida Department of Health