As of Friday, the coronaviruses vaccine tracker had recorded more than 7 million tweets, making it the most-visited post on the site in the last four years.
The most tweeted post on @AllPolitics was an article in March that asked: How did we get to the point where we’re spending so much money on vaccines and yet we still have the same problem?
The answer was simple: We’re not.
The viral pandemic, which is hitting us with increasing frequency and speed every day, has made it even harder to make vaccine decisions.
The flu vaccine has already been the biggest single factor driving the increase in vaccine requests over the past four years, according to the vaccine tracker.
The surge in demand for the pandemic vaccine comes as more Americans are being exposed to the virus.
And as the pandemics season moves into its second half, more and more Americans have been receiving their flu shots.
According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 2.3 million Americans have received a flu shot between April 1 and August 30, and more than 3 million people have been vaccinated since then.
The number of Americans who have been tested for influenza has also risen over the last two months, according the CDC.
While it is too soon to tell if the spike in demand will continue, there are already signs of the pandics pandemic taking hold in the U.S.