California COVID-19 vaccine tracker: How the state is doing, how counties compare

ByAlix Martichoux, Grace Manthey KGO logo
CA COVID-19 vaccine tracker: See your status here
Track California's progress on distributing the coronavirus vaccine and see when you can get one using our interactive tracker.

The COVID-19 vaccine, its widespread distribution and eventual herd immunity are the keys to recovering from the coronavirus pandemic and getting back to normal. At least that's the light on the horizon California public health experts have been pointing to.

So how is California doing when it comes to the COVID-19 vaccine rollout?

The interactive tracker below lets you track California's progress, see how many doses have been administered, compare the state to others around the country and check your place in line.

How many people in California have gotten the COVID-19 vaccine?

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The chart above shows the number of vaccine doses that have been shipped to California and the percentage of those doses that have been administered.

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Our data also shows how many Californians over 16 have received at least one dose and how many are fully vaccinated (two doses of Pfizer or Moderna, or one dose of Johnson & Johnson).

How does California compare to the rest of the United States?

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How well is your county doing?

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Use the map to compare how your county is doing when it comes to the vaccine rollout. Click on a county for more information.

Starting April 1, the vaccine became available to all Californians 50 and older.

Starting April 15, the vaccine became open to all adults 16 and older.

California's vaccine plan and progress are constantly evolving. We'll continue to update this page as Gov. Gavin Newsom and the Department of Public Health announce changes. Check back for updates.

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