FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- California could see a COVID-19 vaccine by mid-December, and we're now getting a better look at how they'll be distributed among the state's 58 counties.
On Thursday, Gov. Gavin Newsom said the state would be divided into six regions for vaccine distribution.
It's another of many tier maps Californians are following now, but we've broken it down by which counties are in each region and how many of the first available doses they'll receive:
Most of the Central Valley's counties are all grouped into Region 5, except for Tulare County. It wasn't immediately clear how the counties were divided.
So what does this mean?
Each region will distribute its first vaccines to healthcare workers, but those workers have also been divided into tiers.
Newsom also said more vaccines will arrive in California from multiple companies in the coming months, and the state will continue to use a phased approach to distribute those doses based on risk levels.