Tracking coronavirus vaccinations in California

Tracking coronavirus vaccinations in California

58,137,244
doses administered
72.3%
of Californians have received at least one dose

Experts say about 85% of Americans will need to be vaccinated to bring the COVID-19 pandemic under control. This page tracks California’s progress toward that goal using data from state and federal authorities.

Vaccination totals

So far, 72.3% of residents have received at least one dose, about 28.3 million people.

Among all Californians, 64.5% are fully vaccinated, meaning they have either received both shots of a two-dose regimen from Pfizer or Moderna, or the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

To date, 58,137,244 shots of have been given out to Californians across the state. Over the last seven days, an average of 163,274 doses per day have been administered.

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Vaccinations by county

The state health department publishes a breakdown of the number of residents fully and partially vaccinated in all 58 counties.

The sum of doses administered by county is less than the statewide total. Officials say this is because the grand total includes residents of other states who have been given doses while working or quarantining in California. California Department of Public Health

Vaccinations by ZIP Code

Each week, the state public health department publishes the latest vaccination numbers for 1,601 ZIP Codes statewide.

Percentage of residents with at least one dose

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A small number of areas show more vaccinations than residents. State officials said this could be due to data entry errors by the vaccine provider or underestimated population figures. New data is released weekly. Last updated Nov. 30. California Department of Public Health

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Vaccinations by company

According to federal data that updates at a slower pace, the shot manufactured by Pfizer-BioNTech represents the lion’s share of vaccinations in the state.

Vaccinations by demographic

Officials have assigned every California ZIP Code a community health score by combining a variety of economic and social indicators.

Comparing the health of communities against vaccination rates shows a wide gap, with the most disadvantaged areas 18 percentage points behind the highest ranking areas.

Vaccinations in communities ranked by community health score
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Seniors were among the first to receive access to the vaccine in early 2020. Here's the current progress across different age groups.

Vaccinations by age group
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Disparities by race were stark in the earliest days of the vaccination drive. This is where things stand.

Vaccinations by race
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Vaccinations by state

Data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show how the vaccine rollout is progressing nationwide. The numbers vary slightly from those reported by the state of California.

In California, 79.3% of the population has received at least one dose, which ranks 14th out of all states and territories. Nationwide, 466,348,132 doses have been administered, with 70.7% of Americans receiving a first dose.

Vaccine distribution by state
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Data are updated on weekdays, excluding federal holidays. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention