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COVID-19 Status Update for 04/16/2021

Marin County COVID-19 Status Update for April 16 includes a reduction in COVID-19 cases among LatinX residents; Monitoring local “Breakthrough” cases; An opportunity to get your COVID-19 vaccine; and updated local COVID-19 data… Read More

Marin County COVID-19 Vaccinations

 

COVID-19 Vaccinations Received by Marin County Residents

The data below is from the California Immunization Registry (CAIR), run by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). It reflects the number of people who live in Marin County who received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine. This includes people who live in Marin County but received the vaccine in a different county. People who work, but do not live, in Marin County are not included, even if they received their dose within Marin County. This data does not include San Quentin inmates. The first shaded line chart shows the cumulative number overtime of people who have received a first and second dose of the Pfizer/Moderna vaccine or a dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. The second bar and line chart shows the number of new doses administered to people who live in Marin County per day and the 7-day rolling average of new doses administered. The rolling average is the average of new doses administered for a particular day and the prior six days, which shows the trend of new dose administration (smoothing out daily fluctuations). As of April 13, 2021 this dashboard was revised to show population of Marin County over 16 using only American Community Survey Data (2015-2019). "Completed Vaccine Series" means that a person has either received both doses of the Pfizer/Moderna vaccine or a dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine.

Marin County COVID-19 Vaccinations by Race/Ethnicity and Age Categories

The following bar charts show the percent of each age group and race/ethnicity (by age group) that have either received the 1st dose of the Pfizer/Moderna Vaccine, completed the vaccine series (2nd dose of the Pfizer/Moderna Vaccine or received Johnson and Johnson vaccine), or have not been vaccinated. Marin County Population estimates for race/ethnicity and age group determined by using the American Community Survey (2015-2019). As these estimates are not available for all race/ethnicities the following charts only show percent vaccinated for Asian, Black or African-American, Hispanic or Latinx, and White race/ethnicities.

As of April 12, 2021 the vaccine demographics dashboard will continue to be updated, although an underlying issue with the state data means that the proportion vaccinated by race/ethnicity may not be complete. Also on April 12, 2021 this dashboard was updated to use ACS 2015-2019 only (not an average of ACS 2015-2019 and DOF 2020) for the population estimates in each age group and race/ethnicity. While this influences the calculations for all age groups and race/ethnicity, it particularly changes the percentage vaccinated for those over 65 years old as ACS has a smaller estimated count of people over 65 year old in Marin County compared to the DOF population estimates.

Marin County COVID-19 Vaccine Inventory and Administration by Provider

This dashboard is updated weekly and provides a summary of all COVID-19 vaccines received and administered by vaccine providers located in Marin County, as well as the number of vaccine appointments scheduled in the next 7 days. Providers self-report this data to Marin HHS throughout the week. If someone living in Marin County received a vaccine dose in another county, it would not be counted in this dashboard. Some providers do not report data on pending vaccination appointments to Marin HHS. “Source of Vaccine Allocation” indicates the level of government—federal, state, or county—that decides how much of an available vaccine will be supplied to each vaccine provider over which they have jurisdiction. Vaccine providers that operate in multiple counties, like Kaiser Permanente, are directly allocated vaccine by the State of California. Vaccine providers that operate only in Marin County are allocated vaccine by the Marin County Health and Human Services. The State of California determines the number of vaccines that are available for counties to allocate. Depending on timing of vaccine shipments, MCPH will have between 1,000 to 4,000 doses on-hand that are being prepared to be distributed to other providers.