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California’s booster rate falls below 40% in most counties

“One health official blames ‘pandemic fatigue,'” this piece tells us.
But maybe it’s “sudden death fatigue” that’s finally kicking in.

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Unboosted: California COVID-19 booster rate falls below 40% in most counties


BY KRISTEN HWANG AND ANA B. IBARRA

Hospitals are at capacity. COVID-19 infections are at record highs. Testing lines stretch for hours. Yet even as the omicron variant batters the state, only 38% of vaccinated Californians have gotten a booster shot.

As with initial vaccinations, acceptance of the booster shot has varied throughout California: Counties in the far north and rural areas continue to see lower numbers, with as few as 23% of vaccinated people getting a booster in Mariposa, Colusa and Merced counties, according to a CalMatters analysis of state data.

The Bay Area boasts the highest rate, at 55%, and only three counties have more than half of their vaccinated population boosted: San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo. In 19 California counties, less than a third of eligible residents are boosted.


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