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Covid-19 Vaccinations In La County

as Of February 26, 2021 (updated Weekly)

DOSES ADMINISTERED

AS OF 2/25/2021

1,958,547

Second Doses: 600,497

Note: Weekly and cumulative doses reported as administered by week of vaccine shipment arrival are not available because of missing or unclear allocation and administration data for Multi-County Entity and Federal Pharmacy Partnerships, as well as shipment delays due to severe weather conditions across the country.

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Vaccine Distribution by Race/Ethnicity

(LOS ANGELES COUNTY RESIDENTS 16 AND OLDER WHO HAVE RECEIVED AT LEAST 1 DOSE OF VACCINE)

(As of 2/20/21)*

Race/EthnicityNumber of People Who Have Received at Least 1 Dose of Vaccine
American Indian/Alaska Native3,000 (0.2%)
Asian234,979 (18.8%)
Black/African American67,044 (5.4%)
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander7,675 (0.6%)
Latinx288,341 (23.1%)
White418,543 (33.5%)
Other165,670 (13.3%)
Multi-Race19,899 (1.6%)
Unknown45,419 (3.6%)
Total1,250,570 (100%)
*People for whom race/ethnicity data are available from California Immunization Registry (CAIR)/Prepmod data system/hospital line list

Vaccinations by Age Group

(LOS ANGELES COUNTY RESIDENTS 16 AND OLDER WHO HAVE RECEIVED AT LEAST 1 DOSE OF VACCINE)

(As of 2/20/21)*

Age GroupNumber of People Who Have Received at Least 1 Dose of Vaccine
16-29 years old101,688 (8.1%)
30-49 years old272,334 (21.8%)
50-64 years old209,270 (16.7%)
65-79 years old 503,521 (40.3%)
80+ years old163,660 (13.1%)
Not Available97 (0.01%)
Total1,250,570 (100%)
*People for whom age data are available from California Immunization Registry (CAIR)/Prepmod data system/hospital line list

Vaccinations by Gender

(LOS ANGELES COUNTY RESIDENTS 16 AND OLDER WHO HAVE RECEIVED AT LEAST 1 DOSE OF VACCINE)

(As of 2/20/21)*

GenderᶴNumber of People Who Have Received at Least 1 Dose of Vaccine
Male518,190 (41.4%)
Female730,132 (58.4%)
Other 77 (0.01%)
Unknown2,171 (0.2%)
*People for whom gender data are available from data systems
ᶴMore inclusive gender identity categories (such as transgender, or gender non-conforming) are not available from state data systems that are used to obtain data presented in these tables

Percent of Population of LA County Residents 65 and Older Who Have Received At Least 1 Dose of Vaccine, By Race/Ethnicity

(LOS ANGELES COUNTY RESIDENTS 16 AND OLDER WHO HAVE RECEIVED AT LEAST 1 DOSE OF VACCINE)

(As of 2/20/21)*

Race/EthnicityNumber of People 65 and Older Who Have Received at Least 1 Dose of VaccinePopulation 65** and older% of Population 65 and Older Who Have Received at Least 1 Dose of Vaccine
American Indian/Alaska Native***1,4453,75938.4%
Asian117,633263,77544.6%
Black/African American36,579126,73228.9%
Latinx139,459406,15534.3%
White272,945570,35147.8%
Multi-Race†9,173----
Other†69,348----
Unknown18,012----
Total667,1811,373,61748.6%
NOTE: Data for the Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander group are not presented due to likely inaccurate estimates.
*People for whom both age and race/ethnicity data are available from California Immunization Registry (CAIR)/Prepmod data system/hospital line list
**Population of Los Angeles County residents (including Long Beach and Pasadena), who are 65 years and older, in each racial/ethnic group
***Number vaccinated may be overestimated due to inclusion of some Multi-race individuals. Population 65 and older is likely underestimated due to primarily consisting of those who identify as AIAN only. % of population vaccinated, therefore, may be an overestimate.
†Population estimates do not have “Multi-Race” or “Other” categories, therefore percents could not be calculated for these groups
Data source for population estimates: July 1, 2019 Population and Poverty Estimates, prepared by Hedderson Demographic Services for Los Angeles County Internal Services Department, released 05/26/2020
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