OHA: Oregon Now Surpassing Daily COVID-19 Vaccination Goal

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Vaccination sites across the state are now keeping up with Gov. Kate Brown’s goal of administering 12,000 vaccinations per day, according to the Oregon Health Authority (OHA).

Oregon first hit the mark on Jan. 8 with 12,039 total doses administered and tallied a record-high 15,094 doses administered on Jan. 15. For the seven-day-period of Jan. 12 through Jan. 18, Oregon averaged 12,289 vaccinations per day.

Date of Administration

Total Doses

Tuesday, Jan. 12

12,775

Wednesday, Jan. 13

14,533

Thursday, Jan. 14

13,836

Friday, Jan. 15

14,759

Saturday, Jan. 16

15,094

Sunday, Jan. 17

9,513

Monday, Jan. 18

5,511

(SEE ALSO: UMATILLA COUNTY TO HOLD VACCINE EVENT ON JAN. 22)

Oregon is now a week ahead of schedule in vaccinating Phase 1a health care workers, first responders and people who live or work in nursing homes and other long-term care residences, with nearly two out of three people within Phase 1a already vaccinated.

Child care providers and teachers can still plan to get vaccinated starting the week of Jan. 25, and people 80 and older will be eligible beginning on Feb. 8. To learn more about your eligibility for a COVID-19 vaccine, visit the OHA COVID-19 webpage.

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