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California Vaccination Progress
Vaccination regions are different than ICU availability regions.

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Region Doses Administered
1/81/16
1 226,660 527,768
2 150,583 329,813
3 11,418 24,253
4 31,708 69,890
5 20,893 46,446
6 96,005 202,975
Total 537,267 1,201,145
% 1.4% 3.0%
US 12,279,180
3.7%
Source: VaccineDoses | cdph.ca.gov

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California Vaccination Phases
Vaccines - COVID19 Response | COVID19.ca.gov

News:

See Yolo county vaccination below.

Phase 1A Phase 1B Phase 1CPhase 2
2.4 million people 15 million people
Note this number is much higher than a number the Governor reported on Jan 4
13 million people704 K people
Underway1 Likely January - February1 Likely March onward Likely Summer or Fall
  • Healthcare workers
  • Long-term care residents
1B Tier One:
  • Individuals 75 and older
  • Those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors: education, childcare, emergency services, and food and agriculture
1B Tier Two:
  • Individuals 65 -74 years of age
  • Those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors: transportation and logistics; industrial, commercial, residential, and sheltering facilities and services; critical manufacturing
  • Congregate settings with outbreak risk: incarcerated and homeles.

  • Individuals 50 -64 years of age
  • People 16-64 years of age and have an underlying health condition or disability which increases their risk of severe COVID-19
  • Those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors: water and wastewater; defense; energy; chemical and hazardous materials; communications and IT; financial services; government operations / community-based essential functions
1. Timing California COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker | SF Chronicle

Yolo County Vaccination Info below

As of Jan 7th California aims to immunize 1 million people within the next 10 days.

1B Tier Two will start when Tier One is completed. Within a Tier there is no priority
There is no state registry to sign-up.
General public should coordinate with your healthcare provider.

Second shot:
Pfizer - 21 days
Moderna - 28 days
2nd shots should take presidence over 1st shots, but as of Jan. 8 there was a controversy over what to do if there is not enough doses for both.

Phase 2 tentatively scheduled for Spring.

Children:
Currently, COVID-19 vaccines are not recommended for children:

Clinical trials are ongoing to identify a safe vaccine for children.

Links:
See Yolo Co below

- CA COVID-19 News on Twitter
- @GavinNewsom
- @CAgovernor

- Vaccines - When can I get vaccinated |COVID19 Response | COVID19.ca.gov
- Essential Workforce/ Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers (ECIW) lists 131 Essential Job Categories
COVID-19 Hotline 833 422-4255
Email: covidcallcenter@cdph.ca.gov

- V-safe After Vaccination Health Checker | CDC is an app that notifies you when your 2nd dose is due.


Yolo County / Davis Vaccine Info
Coronavirus Vaccine | Yolo County

Healthcare Provider Links:

News from UC Davis Health 916 703-5555
UC Davis Health launches COVID-19 patient vaccinations (video) Jan 12.
See more UC Davis Healthcare Vaccination links.

COVID-19 vaccine | Kaiser Permanente What you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine 866-454-8855
As of Friday 1/15 they say they are still in Phase 1A, but also include people 65 and older.

COVID-19 Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions | Sutter Health
Yolo County plans to launch an online portal to the public on the week of Jan 11 to begin the process of screening people for Phase 1B.

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Reopening sees surge in cases:
In April New York and New Jersey with the highest rates and California (largest population), accounted for 46% of all the cases in the country.
See NY,NJ,CA below

A surge after reopening in the South and Southwest changed the epicenter in July. Florida, Texas, Arizona and California accounted for 52% of all cases by July 15.

See July.


Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Outbreak


New Jersey Covid-19 Information Hub


CDC COVID Data Tracker

Hot Spots Bold - States 50% higher than national average thru Dec 2 and 30% higher after that.
State Daily New Cases
per 100,000
April
Peak
July 15 Sep. 8 Oct. 8 Nov 2 Dec 2 Jan 4 Feb 3Mar 3
US 10 20 10 15 24 50 66 45 19
New York 51 4 6 7 10 37 71 5332
New Jersey 39 4 6 8 18 46 49 51 34
California 3 20 11 8 10 37 96 42 11
Florida 6 56 13 12 20 39 62 46 25
Arizona 4 51 8 9 19 62 112 64 16
Texas 3 37 13 13 20 38 63 70 25
North Dakota 13 38 60 139 89 2624
South Dakota 27 55 134 100 4843
Idaho 37 16 28 45 70 50
Wisconsin 14 15 43 80 70 44
Iowa 24 29 66 64 43
Utah 20 13 33 55 86 85 43
Montana 12 42 77 79 36
Nebraska 14 29 60 93 50
Wyoming 25 61 93 38
Minnesota 12 20 46 115 34
Rhode Island 15 42 114 96 51 35
New Mexico 14 38 88 59
Indiana 18 44 87 71
Nevada 16 27 75 68
Tennessee 72 93 40 19
Kansas 85 36
Oklahoma 84 52
Arkansas 86 51 28
Georgia 17 30 80 51 28
South Carolina 75 67 21
North Carolina 22
The first confirmed case relating to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States was announced by the state of Washington on January 21, 2020. Washington made the first announcement of a death from the disease in the U.S. on February 29
Washington had the highest absolute number of confirmed cases (500) and the highest number per capita (7 cases per 100,000)of any state in the country, until it was surpassed by New York state on April 10.
See Epicenters


Vaccination Progress by state


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State and City cases and deaths per capita
I've looked at places where I have friends and family or places which were considered hot spots in the news.

California

Place Popu-
lation
Cases Deaths Cases Deaths Posi-
tivity
Rate
%
vacc-
inated
Total New * Total New* % of
popu-
lation
New
/100K
Total
/1M
New
/1M
Feb 1
United States 331,000,000 26,945,503 147,839 455,282 3,256 8.1% 45 1375 9.8 8.0% 9.7%
California 39,510,000 3,328,928 16,355 41332 543 8.4% 41 1,046 13.7 6.5% 9.2%
The first confirmed case relating to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States was announced by the state of Washington on January 21, 2020. Washington made the first announcement of a death from the disease in the U.S. on February 29
Washington had the highest absolute number of confirmed cases (500) and the highest number per capita (7 cases per 100,000)of any state in the country, until it was surpassed by New York state on April 10.

US COVID-19 Travel Advisory | Ohio Dept. of Health
Those entering Ohio after travel to states reporting positive testing rates of 15% or higher for COVID-19 are advised to self-quarantine for 14 days.
December 9
South Dakota 52%
Idaho 50%
Kansas 43%
Iowa 39%
Pennsylvania 36%
Alabama 34%
Arizona 30%
Mississippi 24%
Utah 20%
Tennessee 19%
Missouri 18%
Nevada 17%
Montana 17%
Arkansas 16%
Oklahoma 16%
Ohio 16%

California

Jan 1
Place Popu-
lation
Cases Deaths Cases Deaths Posi-
tivity
Rate
Total New * Total New* % of
popu-
lation
New
/100K
Total
/1M
New
/1M
United States 331,000,000 20,674,700 190,438 356,842 2,559 6.2% 58 1078 7.7
California 39,510,000 2,345,657 37,446 26,294 305 5.9% 95 666 7.7

December 11: Highest cases per 100,000 per day

November 1: Highest cases per 100,000 per day


October 2: Highest cases per 100,000 per day

Source: U.S. coronavirus cases and state maps: Tracking cases, deaths - Washington Post
September 8: Highest cases per 100,000 per day


July surge in the South:
The four states below accounted for 52% of all cases by July 15.

     

Coronavirus Rising in Florida, Arizona, California and Texas: What We Know - The New York Times

New Cases per million - Average per Million per day June 22 - 29
State popu-
lation
New per
100K
Total
>Cases/M
Arizona 7.3 44 10,577
Florida 22 307 6,814
Nevada 3.1 20 5,809
Texas 29.0 20 5,494
California 39.5 14 5,643
Illinois 12.7 7 11,325
New Jersey 8.9 6 19,860
New York 20.1 4 21,453
See * U.S. COVID-19 case rate by state | Statista


A UC Berkeley poll released on August 5th found 80 percent of Biden voters thought the state moved too quickly to reopen businesses, while 79 percent of Trump supporters thought the opposite -- that the restrictions needed to be lifted because of the damage inflicted on the economy. Overall, 61 percent of residents said the state was too hasty in its initial reopening.
Source: Mercury News