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2.7M Vaccines Given Locally

Orange County has administered nearly 2.7 million COVID-19 vaccine doses according to new California Department of Public Health data as of Friday.

Almost 700,000 vaccines—including first and second doses—have been distributed since April 15, when all Orange County adults and workers became eligible.

The OC Health Care Agency also provides vaccination figures; however, that website is updated once per week, compared to the state’s daily update, and also reflects a greater lag in the time it takes for information to be entered, according to the county.

The county indicates nearly 1.2 million OC residents are fully vaccinated as of May 2, having received both doses of Pfizer and Moderna, or the single Johnson & Johnson dose.

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