Coronavirus in the Bay Area: Vaccine distribution by county

Coronavirus in the Bay Area: Vaccine distribution by county

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) —Rapid declines in new coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in California have the state on a path to loosening business restrictions imposed when the deadliest surge of the pandemic was gaining momentum.

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About 3.5% of people being tested for coronavirus are getting back positive results, Gov. Gavin Newsom said, a rate that’s dropped greatly in recent weeks. The numbers of people in hospitals and intensive care units and case rates are declining.

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Below you will find a breakdown detailing COVID-19 vaccine distribution in the Bay Area by county:

County Vaccines Administered
Alameda 283,578
Contra Costa 236,773
Marin 63,387
Napa 35,563
Santa Clara 338,514
San Francisco 168,215
San Mateo 158,068
Solano 71,415
Sonoma 104,465
Total 1,459,978

Vaccine distribution by age group in the Bay Area:

County 0-17 18-49 50-64 65+
Alameda 0% 31% 16.7% 52.3%
Contra Costa 0% 25.3% 16.4% 58.3%
Marin 0% 21.5% 18.1% 60.4%
Napa 0% 28.6% 20.4% 50.9%
Santa Clara 0% 25.9% 15.7% 58.4%
San Francisco 0% 30% 15.6% 54.4%
San Mateo 0% 26.7% 16.4% 56.9%
Solano 0% 33% 19.9% 47.1%
Sonoma 0% 26.9% 17.5% 55.6%

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