HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - The state is now publishing data on how many vaccines have been administered in Hawaii.
As of Feb. 26, some 336,901 COVID vaccines had been administered in Hawaii.
Altogether, the state has been allocated 462,050 doses but has received 417,590 of those.
Right now, those eligible for a vaccine include frontline health care workers, essential workers and residents 75 and older.
The next priority group will include those 65 and older and people with conditions that put them at risk of severe symptoms from COVID-19.