Utah COVID-19 vaccination rates differ county by county – KSL.com

SALT LAKE CITY– The COVID-19 vaccination rates in Utah look different based on the county. And today, more high schools around the Wasatch Front are offering centers for ages 16 and as much as get a COVID-19 vaccine. It adds to the varieties of Utahs biggest still unvaccinated age group.The bulk of Utahns over age 70 are fully immunized, but theyve been eligible longer. Utahns ages 16 to 49 have actually been qualified for the last month. Almost 880,000 Utahns are totally vaccinated. Thats 37% of the eligible population 16 and up. Photo: Utah Health DepartmentBut it varies by the regional health department. In some areas of Utah, counties report percentages of individuals fully immunized in the low to mid-20s, out of their total populations.The Tri-County Health Department (covering Uintah, Duchesne and Daggett counties) reports 19.6% completely vaccinated, while Summit County reports vaccination rates more than double that at 43%. Because there are a lot of kids in particular areas who are not eligible and bring the portion down, this might be. Or there are less consultations or farther to drive. Or some hesitancy to get the shot, specifically in places where COVID-19 transmission is low.A breakdown of COVID-19 vaccine numbers by health departmentBelow are the percent immunized in each health department, from least expensive to highest, since Tuesday early morning, according to the vaccination map on coronavirus.utah.gov: Tri-County: 19.6% Tooele County: 21.4% Utah County: 21.5% Central Utah: 21.6% Bear River: 25.1% Weber-Morgan: 26% Southwest Utah: 26.8% Davis County: 27.2% Southeast Utah: 26.7% Wasatch County: 27.3% Salt Lake County: 29.1% San Juan: 32.1% Summit County: 43% Vaccine information by cityThe states vaccine information lets you drill down into even smaller sized locations on that exact same page. And distinctions appear there.For example, 45.57% of Park Citys total population is completely vaccinated, Bountiful is at 32.8%, and Farmington 30.78% since Tuesday.The city of Sandy is at 36.66%, Draper is at 31.89%, and Riverton/Bluffdale sits at 27.1%. On the west side of Salt Lake City, 22.15% of the Rose Park area is vaccinated. However, the Foothill/East Bench numbers in Salt Lake City are much greater at 44.56%. In Utah County, Alpine is 27.59%, Pleasant Grove/Lindon is 23.61%, Lehi is 20.66%, and Saratoga Springs 19.3%. Due to the fact that Saratoga Springs has more kids than Park City, one possible reason for the varying vaccination rates is. In addition, Farmington has a mass drive-through area making it much easier for residents to get their shots.School district vaccine clinicsIn an effort to immunize teens, school districts throughout the state are hosting vaccine centers to increase vaccination rates. The Salt Lake City and Canyons School District are the current school districts to sign up with the cause.Students 16 and older enrolled in either district have the ability to receive their COVID-19 vaccine through one of the centers established by the schools.Salt Lake City School District students can discover info on how and where to get immunized here. And Canyons School District students can find the information here. × Related LinksRelated StoriesMary RichardsMore stories you may have an interest in

Or some hesitancy to get the shot, especially in places where COVID-19 transmission is low.A breakdown of COVID-19 vaccine numbers by health departmentBelow are the percent vaccinated in each health department, from least expensive to greatest, as of Tuesday early morning, according to the vaccination map on coronavirus.utah.gov: Tri-County: 19.6% Tooele County: 21.4% Utah County: 21.5% Central Utah: 21.6% Bear River: 25.1% Weber-Morgan: 26% Southwest Utah: 26.8% Davis County: 27.2% Southeast Utah: 26.7% Wasatch County: 27.3% Salt Lake County: 29.1% San Juan: 32.1% Summit County: 43% Vaccine data by cityThe states vaccine data lets you drill down into even smaller locations on that exact same page. And differences reveal up there.For example, 45.57% of Park Citys total population is totally immunized, Bountiful is at 32.8%, and Farmington 30.78% as of Tuesday.The city of Sandy is at 36.66%, Draper is at 31.89%, and Riverton/Bluffdale sits at 27.1%. In Utah County, Alpine is 27.59%, Pleasant Grove/Lindon is 23.61%, Lehi is 20.66%, and Saratoga Springs 19.3%.