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90% of eligible residents in San Mateo, Marin counties have received at least 1 vaccine dose

According to local data and data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 90.7 percent of eligible San Mateo County residents have received at least one dose.
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Marin and San Mateo counties continue to outpace the rest of the greater Bay Area in COVID-19 vaccination rate as of Wednesday, with more than 90 percent of residents age 5 and up in both counties having received at least one vaccine dose.

According to local data and data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 96 percent of eligible Marin County residents have received at least one dose, as have 90.7 percent of eligible San Mateo County residents.

Both counties also have the highest rate of fully vaccinated eligible residents at 86.6 percent. Only two other Bay Area counties, San Francisco and Santa Clara, come relatively close, with 80 percent of people 5 and older fully vaccinated in the former and 81.8 percent in the latter.

Vaccination rates in a handful of Bay Area counties, while lagging behind Marin and San Mateo among all residents 5 and up, are still firmly in the 80s and 90s among residents age 12 and up, who have been vaccine-eligible since mid-May.

According to the CDC, 98.3 percent of residents 12 and up in Santa Clara County, 95.5 percent of those 12 and up in Alameda County and 90.2 percent of those 12 and up in Santa Cruz County have received at least one vaccine dose.

Solano and Monterey counties are currently the least vaccinated counties in the greater Bay Area, with 65 and 67 percent of their eligible populations, respectively, fully vaccinated. Statewide, 83.2 percent of residents age 5 and up have received at least one dose, and 66.9 percent are fully vaccinated.

More than 57 million vaccine doses have been administered in the state, to date.