Glendale’s Vaccination Rate Climbs To 49%

Nearly half of Glendale’s residents ages 16 and older had received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine as of this past Sunday, according to data from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.
As of May 2, there were 87,516 residents in Glendale who had received at least one dose of a vaccination, representing 49% of the eligible population. This includes 24,718 residents age 65 or older, representing 66% of that population within Glendale. Meanwhile, in unincorporated La Crescenta-Montrose, 10,942 residents had gotten one vaccination dose as of Sunday, representing 64% of its population; of the 65-and-older group, 2,696 — 86% of that population — had received at least one shot.
As of the News-Press’ publication deadline this week, L.A. County has administered more than 8 million doses of the vaccine and 39% of its residents are fully inoculated.
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