Nearly 521,000 individuals that live or work in Orange County have registered for the coronavirus vaccine on Othena, according to the app.
That represents about 16% of the county’s total population.
Orange County has been managing vaccine appointments via Othena, a local app powered by Cura Patient where residents and workers can sign up to receive their free coronavirus vaccine at point-of-dispensing locations like Disneyland at Soka University.
Nearly 108,000 Othena registered users have scheduled appointments, and 93,000 have received the vaccine.
According to an OC Health Care Agency database, 148,374 local workers and residents have received at least their first coronavirus shot as of Monday. The county typically updates the vaccination database each week.
Currently, vaccines are available for healthcare workers in Phase 1A as well as those in law enforcement working in high-risk settings and those 65 and older.
The county said it hopes to vaccinate 70% of the county’s population by early July.
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