California’s case count was nearing 3 million on Tuesday, Jan. 19.
According to data gleaned from local public health departments across the state, there were 24,924 new cases and 141 new deaths reported from Monday, Jan. 18, to Tuesday, Jan. 19.
And, of the 3.2 million vaccinations distributed throughout the state, 1.39 million have been administered, tracking showed.
California regions and ICU capacity for Jan. 19
As ICU capacity dwindles in Southern California the percentages in this graphic have been adjusted by state public health officials to represent the high levels of COVID-19 patients among all ICU patients. More actual beds may be available.
Vaccines administered as of Jan. 17
The California Department of Public Health site shows a total of 3,226,775 vaccine doses, which includes the first and second dose, have been shipped to local health departments and health care systems as of Jan. 17.
The totals of vaccines administered across six different regions are in the maps below. As of Jan. 17, a total of 1,393,224 vaccine doses have been administered statewide.That’s up 609,748 from the Jan. 11 report. The state cautions that the numbers do not represent true day-to-day change as reporting may be delayed.
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