As of Tuesday, April 20, the California Department of Public Health’s vaccine dashboard showed about 32.7 million doses have been shipped throughout the state (4.6 million in the past week) and of those, 26.1 million have been administered (3.2 million in the last week).
According to Bloomberg’s dashboard tracking vaccine distribution, 44.1% of California’s population has received at least one shot (up from 39.1% a week ago) and 25.7% of residents are fully vaccinated. California has the highest daily rate of doses administered in the country at 494,575 (up from 391,650 per day last week). The second-highest rate belongs to Texas with 218,188.
Los Angeles (6.56 million), San Diego (2.33 million) and Orange (2.16 million) counties have administered the most doses to date in California. About 99% of the data is recorded by the patient’s county of residence.
Here are the California county vaccination totals as of April 20:
Here are the California county vaccination totals as of April 13:
Here are the California county vaccination totals as of April 6:
Here are the California county vaccination totals as of March 30:
Here are the California county vaccination totals as of March 22:
Here are the California county vaccination totals as of Feb. 22:
California vaccination phases, each county may not have progressed as far in eligibility:
Tier assignments as of April 20
On April 6, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a plan to fully reopen California’s economy on June 15 if current COVID-19 trends hold. California would end its four-colored tier system at that point, but Newsom said California’s mask mandate wouldn’t be lifted anytime soon.
Until then, the state continues to make weekly adjustments to its tier system and, based on Tuesday’s update – changes take effect Wednesday – none of California’s 58 counties remain in the purple tier (considered widespread risk), down from one county a week ago. There will be 17 counties in the red tier (substantial risk), down from 21 last week; 38 counties in the orange tier (moderate risk, up from 16 three weeks ago); and three in the yellow tier (minimal risk), the same as a week ago.
On Nov. 24, the state had 41 counties in purple, 11 counties in red, four in orange, two in yellow.
Counties are assigned to a tier based on metrics showing the speed and the spread of the virus in their borders.
The state’s progression in tiers since Sept. 22:
Sources: covid19ca.gov, California Department of Public Health, U.S. Census, U.S.D.A, California State Association of Counties
[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-pri
Source: Orange County Register