Nassau County report on total people completing COVID-19 vaccination hits 30,000

Florida Department of Health
April 14, 2021

Update: I found a useful tool linking me to a CDC website. As of April 15, 23,749 have been vaccinated in Nassau County. That is 26.8% of the total population. Of individuals 65 and over years of age, 76.3% have been vaccinated. The percent of the population greater than but equal to 18 years of age 33.4%. ( I assume that does not include those who are 65 and over.) Here is the link to the CDC website.

Editor’s Note:  Two Nassau County residents died from COVID recently, but hospitalizations have decreased and daily totals showing COVID positive tests have decreased.   A couple of breakdowns posted last week showed the age of those who tested positive prepared by  Nassau County Emergency Management.  Younger people are getting COVID.  We urge all those who have not received a vaccine to get vaccinated as soon as possible.

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Ruthellen Mulberg
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Ruthellen Mulberg(@rmulberg)
2 years ago

It’s great to be updated on these local public health stats related to Covid-19.

But what I think would really be most helpful is reporting of not simply raw numbers, but percentage of entire population (& sub-sets, too if possible) to give some perspective.

(In this case, 30,000 in Nassau County vaccinated “sounds” great. But what share of the population does that represent? Not sure you have ready access to those numbers, but it would be nice to know).

Thanks for listening.