How many people have started the COVID-19 vaccine in the Valley? WYTV breaks it down

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While most vaccinations are identified within 24 hours of the administration date, some may take longer to be reported

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(WYTV) – Here’s a breakdown of how many people in the Valley have received at least one valid dose of the COVID-19 vaccination, based on data from the Ohio Department of Health.

Mahoning County

Total: 3,335 people (1.46% of population), as of January 3:

Age Group:
Ages 0 to 19 — 20 people
Ages 20 to 29 — 283 people
Ages 30 to 39 — 482 people
Ages 40 to 49 — 457 people
Ages 50 to 59 — 634 people
Ages 60 to 69 — 625 people
Ages 70 to 79 — 267 people
Ages 80+ — 567 people

Sex:
2,133 female
1,010 male
192 unknown

Trumbull County

Total: 1,735 people (0.88% of population), as of January 3:

Age Group:
Ages 0 to 19 — 12 people
Ages 20 to 29 — 160 people
Ages 30 to 39 — 240 people
Ages 40 to 49 — 276 people
Ages 50 to 59 — 348 people
Ages 60 to 69 — 307 people
Ages 70 to 79 — 139 people
Ages 80+ — 253 people

Sex:
1,126 female
505 male
104 unknown

Columbiana County

Total: 1,199 people (1.18% of population), as of January 2:

Age Group:
Ages 0 to 19 — 8 people
Ages 20 to 29 — 100 people
Ages 30 to 39 — 184 people
Ages 40 to 49 — 207 people
Ages 50 to 59 — 292 people
Ages 60 to 69 — 230 people
Ages 70 to 79 — 87 people
Ages 80+ — 91 people

Sex:
775 female
264 male
160 unknown

While most vaccinations are identified within 24 hours of the administration date, some may take longer to be reported.

For more information, visit the Ohio Department of Health’s website.

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