Orange County has administered north of 3.3 million COVID-19 vaccine doses according to new California Department of Public Health data Friday.
About 100,000 vaccines have been administered in the past week, or nearly 14,300 per day, up about 25% from last week.
Vaccine distribution has largely plateaued in recent weeks as a majority of Orange County residents have received at least one dose.
The county indicates about 1.68 million OC residents are fully vaccinated as of June 16, having received both doses of Pfizer and Moderna, or the single Johnson & Johnson dose.
That represents about 53% of the total population, though the total vaccination figure is higher when excluding ineligible residents.
This week’s figure is up from about 1.62 last week.