These California counties are way ahead in COVID-19 vaccinations

Every day, the number of vaccinated people in California continues to climb. It's a beautiful sight to behold.

Many counties have about a third of their adult population receiving at least one shot of the COVID-19 vaccine, and 15%-25% fully vaccinated.

How many people are vaccinated in your county? Our data journalism team created the interactive tool below that shows your county's progress.

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First, select your county from the first drop-down menu. Then use the second drop-down option to see the percentage of people fully vaccinated, percentage who have gotten at least one shot, daily doses administered and total doses given out.

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Never has a bar chart elicited so much excitement.

A map view gives you a sense of which counties are moving faster than others. The darker the shade of blue, the more people vaccinated.

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There is one county that is clearly ahead of the game. Mono County, in east central California, has 33% of its population fully vaccinated already. Just over 50% have received at least one shot. The county has a population of about 14,000 though, so keep that in mind.

Alpine County, which is even smaller with just about 1,100 residents, has nearly 33% of its adult population fully vaccinated. That number will soon shoot up; 75% of Alpine residents have received at least one dose.

Even the more populated counties are making stunning progress. In San Francisco, 19.1% of people over 16 are fully vaccinated. In Alameda County, it's 19.9%. In each county, 38% and 35% have received at least one shot, respectively.

The Bay Area county in the lead is Marin, where more than a quarter are fully vaccinated. It's not a coincidence it's also the Bay Area county with the oldest population, and therefore the highest proportion of eligible residents.

Los Angeles County, the state's largest, is a bit further behind at 15.6% fully vaccinated. The county has given out about 3.7 million doses so far.

Fresno County is even further behind at 13.3% fully vaccinated.

But the county furthest from full vaccination is Kings County in the Central Valley, where only 7.4% of adult residents are fully vaccinated.

See your county's status using the chart above, or click here to open it in a new window.

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