The mass vaccination site in Aberdeen will administer 2,700 first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine over three days this week.
Now caught up on second doses, 850 first doses were also administered at the site Friday.
“We are scheduled to operate three full days of 900 vaccinations per day Thursday, Friday and Saturday at our mass vaccination site,” said county incident management team spokesman Nick Falley. “(Thursday) we finished up second doses from the first three weeks,” he said.
According to Grays Harbor Public Health, as of March 1, 19,576 total vaccine doses were given in the county. At that time, that number meant 16.26% of the county population had received a first dose, and 10.29% of the county had been fully vaccinated.
Grays Harbor County numbers
Four new COVID-19-related deaths have been reported in Grays Harbor County since Feb. 28, three of them March 2, bringing the county total to 49 since the pandemic started.
Between Feb. 28 and March 3, the most current numbers as of Friday, the county total case count is 3,390. Relatively low recent daily case counts ticked up Feb. 24 with 33 reported in one day, and another 22 reported Feb. 26. There were 13 new cases reported Feb. 28, 18 March 2, and 11 March 3.
An updated zip code county map Friday shows more than half of the cases attributed to the Aberdeen 98520 zip code, 1,905. Second highest is Hoquiam with 349, then Elma’s 98541 zip code with 273. Along the beaches, Ocean Shores reached 100 cases, and Westport’s 98595 zip code had 86.
Pacific County numbers
The county saw a bump in cases in February, with 10 reported the week of Feb. 18-24 and 36 the week of Feb. 25-March 3. That shot up the new cases per 100,000 population over two weeks number from 60.1 Feb. 24 to 198.7 March 3.
Of the 777 cases reported in the county so far, 736 are considered closed. The number of active cases however climbed from just 11 Feb. 24 to 41 March 3.
As of March 3, providers in Pacific County have delivered first vaccine doses to 24% of the county’s population and second doses to 6.77%.