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Third doses and booster shots are both approved for specific patients. Third doses of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines have been authorized for patients who have had their second dose at least 28 days ago and are moderately or severely immunocompromised as defined by the CDC.

Booster doses of the Pfizer vaccine are available through healthcare providers or pharmacies that can be accessed at myturn.ca.gov. The County’s many clinics hosted by our health partners will continue to prioritize vaccinating the unvaccinated.

Effective Aug. 3, 2021, everyone in Sonoma County, regardless of vaccination status, is required to wear masks indoors in public places, with limited exceptions, to combat the increasing spread of COVID-19.

Our overall response, now focusing on vaccine efforts, strategically prioritizes communities with the greatest needs using race disparity research, community voices and wisdom, and public health best practices.

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October 15, 2021 8:10 AM

Sonoma County Coronavirus Data at a Glance

COVID-19 Metric Tests Cases Deaths Vaccine Doses Administered Percent 12+ Partially Vaccinated Percent 12+ Fully Vaccinated
Total 1017944 40331 402 713,021 7.2% 78.1%
Change in Last 24 Hours +3,150 +78 +2 +815 +-0.06% +0.08%

Data updates occur 7 days a week, for more COVID-19 data and statistics see the interactive Coronavirus Data Dashboard or the accessible Sonoma County Coronavirus Cases and Sonoma County Vaccine Data pages.

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