As of March 25, nearly 284,000 people in San Mateo County, or 44.2 percent of residents ages 16 and older, received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine and nearly half of them – about 135,000 – are fully vaccinated, San Mateo County Health said Thursday. That totals 412,160 doses administered by public and private providers.
Just over 80 percent of those ages 65 and older, and nearly 85 percent of those 75 and older, have received at least one dose since vaccinations became available in December, health officials said.
The County’s mass vaccination sites at the San Mateo County Event Center and San Francisco International Airport have administered 68,770 doses.
“As the state expands eligibility, we think it’s important that the public knows about the progress we and our health care partners have made in getting vaccine into the arms of residents,” Louise Rogers, chief of San Mateo County Health said in a statement.
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As of March 25, 2021, in San Mateo County:
421,160: Vaccine doses administered
283,711: Individuals vaccinated
135,440: Individuals who completed vaccination series
By The Numbers
23,013: doses of vaccine have been administered at the 389 long-term care facilities in the county.
15,000: Nearly all of the county’s 15,000 workers in the education sector have been vaccinated thanks to a partnership between County Health and the San Mateo County Office of Education.
Top Five Vaccines Administered:
80,215: Kaiser Permanente
68,770: San Mateo County Health
42,596: Sutter Health/PAMF
38,852: Stanford Hospitals and Clinics
Photo courtesy of San Mateo County