Vaccine coverage has been steadily increasing in Virginia, and as of Monday, there are now about 8,000 registered vaccination options.
The new caps on the number of doses of vaccine in Virginia vary from state to state.
The latest data show the state with the most vaccination options is Washington, where there are about 3,800 available for adults, followed by North Carolina with about 2,200, and Texas with about 1,400.
Virginia has not been in a position to announce a cap on the vaccination of adults yet.
However, a state-wide survey of more than 5,000 adults conducted last week by the Virginia Department of Health and Human Services shows that the average age of residents is 32.
The survey also shows that 71 percent of the respondents said they had received at least one dose of vaccine, which is up from 57 percent in March.
The average age for adults who have received a vaccination is 32 years old.
That compares to an average of 42 years old in 2016, according to the survey.
The increase in vaccine coverage is a reflection of the recent increase in the number and the types of diseases that are being prevented by the new caps.
Last month, the CDC announced that more than 1.4 million people have been vaccinated with a total of more 2.2 million doses.
However the data released by the agency is only a snapshot, as the caps are expected to continue to be rolled out until mid-August.
Ralph Northam has been vocal about his desire to ensure the new vaccines are as effective as possible, but the governor has also said that the state needs more vaccines and is looking to help the people of Virginia as it does other states.
“Virginia needs a robust vaccine program and we’re going to work with our partners to ensure every child and adult receives their vaccines as soon as possible,” Northam said in a statement released earlier this month.