- As of March 2, 2021:
- Over 84% of Summit County residents age 70+ have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
- Over 50% of Summit County residents age 65-69 have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
- Over 27% of all Summit County residents age 18+ have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
- As of March 2, 2021, a total of 6,540 first doses have been delivered to the Summit County Health Department (SCHD). Of those, there have been 6,052 administered. The remaining 488 first doses will be administered within 7 days of delivery.
- As of March 2, 2021, an additional 6,618 doses (3641-1st doses and 2,977- 2nd doses combined) have been given to people living in Summit County by providers other than the SCHD. These include the Intermountain Park City Hospital and local health departments/hospitals in other counties.
- All first doses received are administered within 7 days of delivery. There are currently 4,284 future appointments scheduled.
- More people living in Summit County have received vaccines in other jurisdictions than the number of persons not living in Summit County who have received their vaccines here. A new governor’s order now mandates open borders for the COVID-19 vaccine in Utah.
- On Jan. 29, 2021, Summit County closed enrollment for Phase 1 groups to focus resources exclusively on the 70+ population. These persons are again eligible for vaccination in Summit County as vaccines become more available.
- A total of 3,560 second doses have been received. Those doses are, at times, not administered within 7 days if they are received more than 7 days before the 28-day threshold for second dose.
- Among the 13 Utah Health Districts, Summit County is second highest for the number of vaccines given per capita. We are only limited by the number of vaccines we receive. Appointments have been opened to all individuals aged 65-69 and invitations to schedule those appointments have been sent.
Based on the approximate average of 700 doses we currently receive each week from the state:
- Those 70+ should all have an opportunity to receive their first dose by early March. We also estimate most, if not all, aged 65-69 should be able to receive their first dose by the end of March.
If you or someone you know is 65 or older and have not received an email or a phone call from Summit County to schedule a vaccine appointment, please call our hotline at 435-333-0050 to register.