The University of Maryland added campus COVID-19 vaccination data to its online dashboard Thursday.

As of last week, about 79 percent of the campus community members have been at least partially vaccinated, and about 47 percent are fully vaccinated, according to self-reported data on the dashboard.

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The university is calculating these metrics based on the campus population and wireless device data, according to the dashboard. Students, faculty and staff can self-report vaccinations on the university’s daily symptom checker.

Meanwhile, about 24 percent of Prince George’s County residents have been fully vaccinated, and about 35 percent have been partially vaccinated, according to state data.

The data comes as the university partnered with Safeway Pharmacy to administer vaccines at the Riggs Alumni Center and as mass vaccination sites open for walk-up appointments.

The university has been tracking COVID-19 testing and cases on the dashboard since last August.
This story has been updated.