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Monkeypox (MPX)

MPX Vaccines Administered

CDPH is committed to ensuring equitable vaccine distribution. Vaccine is distributed to local health jurisdictions (LHJs) based on a formula that factors in populations at highest risk in LHJs. Vaccinators have access to state support and resources, such as vaccine supplies, staffing, and health education materials. CDPH is conducting targeted outreach to LHJs and their community-based organizations (CBOs) to help reach at-risk groups. Ongoing data collection and research are being conducted to direct equitable vaccine access to those at high risk for MPX.

All numbers reported in the tables and figure below reflect data reported to the state's immunization registry since May 26, 2022 and include unique recipients with at least one reported JYNNEOS vaccine dose. Some persons may have received more than one dose of vaccine and may have been vaccinated in a different jurisdiction than their residence. Each person is only counted once.

As additional vaccine supplies are received and administered to Californians across the state, the data will be updated.

​​Data is updated on Thursdays. Last updated September 22, 2022


Summary1
189,270 total doses have been administered to 142,080 persons in California.

LHJ of Residence1,2,5Persons3
Los Angeles53,020
San Francisco24,604
San Diego9,633
Santa Clara6,766
Riverside7,558
Alameda6,578
Orange5,364
Sacramento4,151
Long Beach3,835
Contra Costa3,137
San Mateo2,552
San Bernardino2,066
Unknown2,027
Berkeley1,074
Sonoma1,013
Pasadena
883
Solano
868
Ventura793
Fresno693
Marin653
San Joaquin
517
Monterey500
Yolo
494
Kern
475
Santa Barbara
410
Santa Cruz
384
Stanislaus 
282
Placer
280
San Luis Obispo230
Tulare204
Humboldt199
Napa191
Nevada85
El Dorado79
Merced
78
Imperial
77
Butte45
Mendocino43
Madera40
Shasta
38
San Benito
33
Sutter
32
Yuba
32
Kings30
Amador
17
Lake
17


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Age Group1,2 Persons3 Percent4
<16
168
0.10%
​16-24
​9,908
​7.00%
25-34 45,087
31.70%
35-44 35,681
25.10%
45-54 22,329
15.70%
55-64 20,023
14.10%
65+ 8,884
6.30%

Race/Ethnicity1,2 Persons3 Percent4
White 63,898
45.00%
Hispanic or Latino 38,667
27.20%
Asian 17,319
12.20%
Black or African American 9,997
7.00%
Other/Multiple Races 9,604
6.80%
Unknown 1,795
1.30%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 464
0.30%
American Indian or Alaska Native 336
0.20%

Gender1,2 Persons3 Percent4
Male 130,142
91.60%
Female 11,166 7.90%
Unknown 368
0.30%
Non-Binary 269
0.20%
Other
135
0.10%


Number of Residents Vaccinated by LHJ

Number of Residents 9-22

1Displayed data include vaccine recipients aged 18 years of age and older. Prior to August 9, 2022, persons under the age of 18 were eligible to receive JYNNEOS vaccine through an expanded access process. As persons under the age of 18 are now more widely eligible to receive JYNNEOS vaccine, CDPH is continuing to collect and monitor dose administration data in this population and plans to provide more information in the future.
2Data are presented based on the number of people who have received one or more doses of vaccine and for whom data are available in the California immunization registry.
3Counts unique recipients with at least one JYNNEOS vaccine dose reported to the immunization registry since 05/26/2022. Doses reported to CAIR, the California Immunization Registry, and Healthy Futures Registry or Regional Immunization Data Exchange (RIDE), an immunization registry utilized by eight Central Californian counties, are included. Use the map depicting which counties use CAIR and which counties use RIDE.
4Percents presented in this table are relative to other factors in the table. Column sums are equal to 100%.
5Counts in jurisdictions with small populations numbers are masked to ensure patient confidentiality in the following: Calaveras, Colusa, Del Norte, Glenn, Inyo, Lassen, Mariposa, Modoc, Mono, Plumas, Sierra, Siskiyou, Tehama, Trinity, Tuolumne.



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