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COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution
Los Angeles County

COVID-19 Vaccine

COVID-19 vaccine vial. Photo by Lisa Ferdinando of the Department of Defense.

Vaccine doses administered as of 4/13/2021:
5,939,158 (approximately one-third are second doses).

Approximately 52 percent of Los Angeles County adults have received at least one dose of vaccine. Current vaccination rates may be slowed due to the pause on Johnson & Johnson vaccines. The Almanac now projects that every adult resident of the county will have had opportunity to be vaccinated by the first week of June 2021.

Source: California COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard

WHERE AND HOW TO OBTAIN THE COVID-19 VACCINE

Also see: Find My Vax LA


Also see: Vaccine Administration by Race in L.A. County

DISTRIBUTION PHASES & STATUS

COVID-19 Vaccine Phase, Los Angeles County
  • Healthcare workers and residents of skilled nursing facilities
  • Healthcare workers and residents of other long-term care facilities

-- Healthcare workers in:

-- Acute care hospitals
-- Acute psychiatric hospitals
-- Acupuncturists
-- Chiropractors
-- Correctional facility hospitals
-- COVID-19 Testing
-- Death Care (mortuaries)
-- Dental & Other Oral Health Clinics
-- Department of Children and Family Services
-- Department of Mental Health
-- Dialysis centers
-- Emergency medical services, including EMTs & Paramedics
-- Field-based community health workers, including promoters (including those in testing, contact tracing, or supportive services to persons with suspected or confirmed COVID-19)
-- Home healthcare organizations & home health agencies (in-home supportive service personnel)
-- Infusion/oncology centers
-- Intermediate care facilities (for persons needing non-continuous nursing supervision & supportive care)
-- Laboratories
-- Medical shelters
-- Office of Diversion & Re-entry
-- Outpatient substance use disorder (SUD) treatment, mental health facilities, & crisis stabilization units
-- Outreach workers in face-to-face contact with people experiencing homelessness
-- Primary care clinics, including Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), rural health centers, & correctional facility clinics
-- Public Health field staff with face-to-face contact with patients/public (e.g. during testing, contact tracing, outbreak investigations)
-- Regional Centers
-- Occupational Health
-- Optometry Clinics
-- Pharmacies (if not working in settings at higher tiers)
-- Physical Therapists/Occupational Therapists (if not working in settings at higher tiers)
-- Recuperative Care Centers
-- Residential & inpatient substance use disorder (SUD) treatment facilities
-- Residential & inpatient mental health facilities
-- School and University Health Centers
-- Sheltered & Unsheltered settings providing direct clinical care for people experiencing homelessness
-- Specialty Clinics
-- Speech Therapists
-- Surgery Centers
-- Urgent care clinics

  • Persons 65 years & older
  • Those at risk of exposure at work in the following sectors:

-- Education & Childcare
-- Emergency services
-- Food & agriculture
-- Public transit
-- Janitorial & custodial

  • Persons 16-49 years old with an underlying health condition or disability that increases their risk of severe COVID-19

COVID-19 Vaccine Phase, Los Angeles County
  • All persons 50-64 years old

COVID-19 Vaccine Phase, Los Angeles County
  • All persons 16+ years old

Reported by the Los Angeles County Dept. of Public Health. Does not include the cities of Long Beach or Pasadena that operate independent health agencies. Reporting for these cities may be obtained from the Long Beach Health Dept. and Pasadena Public Health Dept.


Return to COVID-19 Cases in Los Angeles County for additional charts and tables.