For example, the Southern California zip code with one of the highest percentages of the total population that's been fully vaccinated, according to the data, is 92637 in Orange County. The Laguna Woods zip code has a median age of about 76, and had a vaccination rate of about 92% as of November 2.
The SoCal zip code with one of the lowest recorded fully vaccinated rates is zip code 92278 in San Bernardino County, at a rate of less than 1% of the total population.
But the overall trend, especially in urban areas of Southern California, shows poorer, younger communities of color are still lagging in getting their vaccines.
Vaccination rates by zip code in California
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Note: The state updates this zip code data weekly. The map will be updated as new data becomes available.
Zip code 90002, for example, in the Watts area of Los Angeles had about 51% of its total population fully vaccinated as of November 2.
It's an area that's 18% Black and about 80% Latino, according to data from the U.S. Census. Also, nearly a third of people in this zip code live below the poverty line.
Meanwhile, zip code 91436 in Encino had about 75% of its total population fully vaccinated as of November 2. It's a zip code that's 81% white, with just 4% living below the poverty line.
It is important to note that these wealthier areas tend to skew older. The median age in the Encino zip code is about 47, while in the Watts zip code the median age is only about 28.
There's a similar trend in cities across the state.
The majority Latino zip code of 92701 in Santa Ana has about 21% of its population living below the poverty line, and with a median age of just 30, only about 52% of the total population has been fully vaccinated.
The majority white zip code of 92657 in Newport Coast has a vaccination rate of about 77%, a poverty rate of just 6% and a median age of 49.
The map above shows vaccination rates in zip codes across California. The state has removed some zip code numbers for privacy reasons. We have removed some zip codes with unreliable data showing vaccination rates over 100%, and changed the vaccination rate metric to the percentage of the total population. Previously, the vaccination rate was based on the population over 16.