[Ed. – The exact point appears to be that Trump exceeded it several times. Inauguration week saw a high of 1.6 million vaccinations on Wednesday, although the average for the week was just under 912,500 per day. Note that if Trump doesn’t get the credit for vaccinations – which are managed by the states – Biden doesn’t either. And vice versa.]
President Biden’s “wartime effort” goal to vaccinate 100 million people against COVID-19 in 100 days relies on a daily average that was repeatedly bested under former President Donald Trump.
Biden’s first full day in office on Thursday saw 1.3 million Americans inoculated against the deadly coronavirus, according to data compiled by Bloomberg News.
But the same figures show that 1.3 million shots were administered on Jan. 11 and that 1.1 million were given both Jan. 14 and 16.
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Vaccinations also hit a record-high, 1.6 million on Wednesday, when Biden was sworn into office, according to the data.