About half of Palm Beach County residents have been fully vaccinated

According to the most recent Centers for Disease Control (CDC) data, 49.6 percent of Palm Beach County, Florida residents have been fully vaccinated for the COVID-19 virus. And at least 56.8 percent of county residents have received at least one dose. And those with natural immunity, those who have contracted COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2, are 16 percent of the county population. Unfortunately, we are not able to have access to data on how many of those who had COVID-19 also got one of the three methods of manufactured vaccines.

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Palm Beach County has seen a small rise in COVID-19 cases there have not been any deaths. As for the number of county hospital beds being devoted to COVID-19 patients that remains at well under 10 percent, where is has remained since March 2021.

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