As of March 16, 2021:
|Age Group||1st Dose||Complete|
|All Adults (18+)||47%||21%|
As of March 16, 2021, a total of 14,991 first dose vaccines have been administered to persons living in Summit County. These doses include those provided by the Summit County Health Department and outside partners, including Intermountain Park City Hospital and others. All first doses received are administered within 7 days of delivery. There are currently 3,589 future appointments for first doses scheduled at the Summit County Health Department.
As of March 16, 2021, a total of 5,606 second dose vaccines have been administered to persons living in Summit County. These doses include those provided by the Summit County Health Department and outside partners, including Intermountain Park City Hospital and others.
There are 3,388 2nd dose appointments scheduled with Summit County Health Department. Individuals must receive their second dose with the provider they received their first dose.
As of March 16, 2021, a total of 1,222 single dose vaccines (Johnson and Johnson) have been administered to persons living in Summit County.
The Summit County Health Department has not reported a new COVID-19 case in the 70+ population since February 24th, 2021 (22 days). With 91% of the 70+ population now vaccinated, the data suggest vaccines have quickly and effectively lowered the incidence of disease among the most vulnerable population. Early data suggest a similar correlation among the other three age groups.
The Governor has mandated that all vaccination centers serve all the people of Utah, and that access is not restricted by county.
Vaccines are currently available to all persons 50 and older, as well as those 18 and over with qualifying co-conditions. Summit County residents 16-17 years old who are eligible for the Pfizer vaccine can receive their vaccine in Salt Lake County or Utah County. A list of those vaccine providers is found here: https://coronavirus-download.utah.gov/Health/Pfizer_Providers_for_16-17_YO.pdf
Vaccines are also available at Smith’s and Walmart pharmacies in Summit County.
Among the 13 Utah Health Districts, Summit County is first in the State for the number of vaccinated individuals per capita. We are only limited by the number of vaccines we receive.
Based on the approximate average of 800 doses we currently receive each week from the State:
- Those 65+ should all have an opportunity to receive their first dose by the end of March
- If you or someone you know is 60+ and has not had the opportunity to schedule a vaccine appointment, please call our COVID-19 Hotline at 435-333-0050 to get an appointment.