It has now been 50 weeks since the first shipments of the COVID-19 vaccine were sent out to states. Now, new federal records show just under 77-percent of allocated vaccines have been administered to residents in Pennsylvania as of December 2nd. That’s lower than the national average of 80 percent and also amounts to the 14th smallest share of all states. Also, a little over 67-percent of adults in the Keystone State who have not yet received the vaccine report that they will probably not or definitely not get a vaccine in the future. That’s the 16th largest share of any state. The most common reason cited for not wanting a vaccine is being concerned about possible side effects.