By Jennifer Jenkins, AP The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says more than 40 million Americans are contaminated by vaccines.
The agency’s data shows the CDC is tracking more than 10 million of those cases, most of them in the past year.
That’s up from 735,000 in 2015, but the agency says it still has more to learn about vaccine contamination than ever before.
Its data shows that more than 60 percent of Americans who were vaccinated or received a shot in 2016 had detectable traces of the vaccine, compared with just 5 percent in 2015.
The number of cases has risen since the beginning of the year.
In October, the agency said the number of reported vaccine-contamination cases rose to more than 5.3 million, up from about 4.6 million in October 2015.
The CDC has said it can’t track the number and cause of cases.
The CDC said its data covers both people who got the shot and those who were tested for vaccine contamination.
The report also shows that the number, and the number in each state, have grown.
The average number of confirmed cases in each of the 50 states has grown from 4,817 in October to 4,946 in February.
In all, about 730,000 people have been vaccinated, or about 4 percent of the U.S. population.
The biggest increase in cases has been in states with high vaccination rates.
In Pennsylvania, the number has increased from 486 in October, to 1,542 in February, and from 1,099 in October 2016, to 932 in February this year.
The U.K. reported the largest increase in its cases, rising from 926 to 1.2 million.
The report said the U,K.
had about 7.3 percent of its population vaccinated.
Other states with a high vaccination rate are Georgia, North Dakota, South Dakota and South Carolina.
The U.N. says vaccines are not recommended in the U of S. or North Dakota.
In addition, the U.,K.
is home to about 1.5 million U.T. students and has the lowest rate of vaccination among OECD countries.