Tracking COVID-19 in CA
California aims to fully reopen June 15
The move forward comes as the state has reached 20 million vaccinations, including 4 million in its hardest-hit communities. Masking and vaccinations will continue. Hospitalization rates must stay low and vaccination availability high for the state to fully reopen.Find out more
Vaccinations opening for all Californians aged 50 and up April 1st, and 16 and up April 15th
The state is expanding who is eligible to get the vaccine based on expected supply increases. It will still take months to get every Californian vaccinated who wants to be, but millions are being vaccinated each week.
COVID-19 vaccinations in California reach 15 million
The total number of COVID-19 vaccinations administered in California has reached 15 million. See vaccination statistics statewide and broken down by county in our Vaccine Dashboard.
Californians at higher risk from COVID-19 are eligible for vaccination now
If you have a medical condition or disability that increases your risk of getting sick with COVID-19, or live or work in high-risk settings, you can get vaccinated now. Find out how to see if you’re eligible and make an appointment.