Fresno Vaccine Progress

Tracking COVID-19 vaccine progress in Fresno County

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Fresno County Population



Fully Vaccinated



7-Day Avg. Increase



Partially Vaccinated



7-Day Avg. Increase



Current: 66.9% Current: 60.4%
Herd immunity @ 80%

via California Department of Public Health

Last updated March 25, 2023, 10 a.m..

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What's this all about?

We wanted an easier way to track the percent of fully vaccinated people in Fresno County. This metric is important because it shows us how close we currently are to herd immunity (generally considered to be around 80%).

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Hundreds of volunteers at VaccinateCA have been tracking vaccine availability all across the state, and we've added their vaccine finder here so that you can find a vaccine close to you.

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What does "fully vaccinated" mean?

Per the California COVID-19 Vaccine Progress Dashboard Data, here is the criteria for someone to be considered fully vaccinated:

  1. They received one dose of Johnson & Johnson.
  2. They received two Pfizer doses ≥ 17 days apart.
  3. They received two Moderna doses ≥ 24 days apart.
  4. They received a combination of Pfizer/Moderna doses ≥ 17 days apart.
  5. They have three or more vaccination records.
  6. Their only dose in their immunization records is labeled as dose number 2.

Note that "fully vaccinated" does not necessarily mean "fully protected". Full protection is assumed to happen about 14 days after the second dose of a two-dose vaccine (Pfizer/Moderna) or 28 days after a single-dose vaccine (Johnson & Johnson).