AUSTIN, Texas (CBSDFW/AP) – More than one-third of all Texans have received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control on Saturday.

The CDC reported 34.5% of the state’s residents, more than 114 million, have been given one vaccination and 20.5%, more than 68 million, have been fully vaccinated.

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More than 2,600 newly confirmed or probable virus cases and 76 additional deaths due to COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus, were reported Saturday by the state health department.

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There have been more than 2.4 million total cases and 48,185 deaths since the pandemic began, according to the health department.

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The rolling average of new cases per day during the past two weeks has decreased by 461.7, a decline of 12.1%, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.