Orange County has administered about 895,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses, according to new California Department of Public Health data as of Thursday.

The figure, which includes a combination of first and second doses, is up nearly 15% from last week.

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OC has administered 280 vaccinations per 1,000 residents, slightly ahead of the statewide pace of 278 vaccinations per 1,000 residents.

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.

There has not been a recent update in the county’s figures due to technical difficulties, it said this week. As of last week, the county said there had been 734,300 vaccines administered, with about 255,000 residents and workers having received their second dose.

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