COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters assist to stop extreme sickness and hospitalization, particularly in older adults over the age of fifty.
Nonetheless, hundreds of older San Diegos have but to obtain all of the really helpful doses and boosters.
The County Well being and Human Providers Company carried out an evaluation of native COVID-19 vaccination knowledge and located that as of June 20, 2022:
- 89,647 San Diegans ages 50 and older or 8.42% of the estimated inhabitants on this age group weren’t totally vaccinated.
- 352,732 residents who’re 50 and older (33.1%) have been totally vaccinated however haven’t gotten their first booster dose, though 295.990 (83.9%) are eligible.
- Of the 711,749 San Diegans age 50 and older who acquired a primary booster dose, 71.3% (507,398) are lacking a second booster dose.
- Of the 507,398 people who find themselves lacking a second booster, 91.9% (466,232) are eligible to obtain one, which can be administered not less than 4 months after the primary.
“As a result of immunity from the COVID-19 vaccine wanes over time, boosters assist to provide you added safety in opposition to the virus and its strains, each when it comes to decreasing infections and extreme outcomes,” mentioned Wilma J. Wooten, MD, MPH, County public well being officer. “Folks over age 50 are extra vulnerable to extreme sickness and issues from COVID-19. In case you are eligible, it’s best to get the really helpful boosters as quickly as potential to guard your self and people round you.”
Moreover, of all San Diegans who’re totally vaccinated and eligible for his or her first booster, 42.7% haven’t acquired one. Presently, there are 2,384,778 individuals, 5 years and older, who’re eligible for his or her first booster.
Everybody 6 months and older can get COVID-19 vaccines for gratis. Boosters are additionally accessible for individuals 5 years and older. Parental consent is required for all eligible minors to be vaccinated.
- Acquired not less than one shot: Practically 2.98 million or 94.6% of San Diegans age 5 and older is not less than partially vaccinated.
- Absolutely vaccinated: Over 2.63 million or 83.7%.
- Boosters administered: 1,366,219 or 57.3% of two,384,778 eligible San Diegans.
- Extra vaccination data might be discovered at coronavirus-sd.com/vaccine.
- 14 extra deaths have been reported for the reason that final report on June 16. The area’s whole is 5,332.
- Of the 14 extra deaths, eight have been males and 6 have been girls. They died between Jan. 25 and June 21, 2022; three deaths occurred prior to now two weeks.
- 9 of the individuals who died have been 80 years or older, three have been of their 60s, one was of their 50s and one was of their 20s.
- 12 of the individuals who died have been totally vaccinated and two weren’t.
- 13 had underlying medical circumstances and one didn’t.
Instances, Case Charges, Hospitalizations and Testing:
- 3,262 COVID-19 instances have been reported to the County prior to now two days (June 21 and June 22, 2022). The area’s whole is now 822,808.
- 9,673 instances have been reported prior to now week (June 16 by means of June 22) in comparison with 9,672 infections recognized the earlier week (June 9 by means of June 15).
- San Diego County’s case charge per 100,000 residents 12 years of age and older is 43.99 for individuals totally vaccinated and boosted, 26.46 for totally vaccinated individuals and 76.42 for not totally vaccinated San Diegans.
- 9,120 checks have been reported to the County on June 18, and the share of latest constructive instances was 13.2% (Knowledge by means of June 18).
- The 14-day rolling proportion of constructive instances, amongst checks reported by means of June 18, is 11.2%.
Knowledge updates to the County’s coronavirus-sd.com web site shall be revealed Mondays and Thursdays round 5 pm, apart from holidays.