To provide a leadership role in Bucks County through a collaborative approach to address gaps in health services and to improve the health status of the community.
*Due to COVID-19 all meetings are virtual via zoom*
BCIC General Membership Meetings
- Apr 20, 2022 09:00 AM
- Jun 15, 2022 09:00 AM
- Aug 17, 2022 09:00 AM
- Oct 19, 2022 09:00 AM
- Dec 21, 2022 09:00 AM
- Feb 15, 2023 09:00 AM
*Please reach out to Hannah if you are interested in attending by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Health Program Manager
Bucks County Health Improvement Partnership
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Vaccine Clinics in Bucks County:
Updated COVID vax report for all vaccines administered to county residents through 04/04/2022.
As of April 4th, 482,477 Bucks residents have had at least one dose of a COVID vaccine. This is an increase of 618 first doses from two weeks ago.
Currently 76.8% of the county has had at least one dose of a covid vaccine, and an estimated 88.44% of those age 12+ have had at least one dose.
As of 04/04, 20,748 children in the 5-11 age group have received their first pediatric dose of Pfizer. Within this group, 15,563 have received both doses of Pfizer.
We continue to see disparities in vaccination rates for Black, Asian, and Hispanic County residents.
A total of 391,115 county residents are fully vaccinated as of 04/04, which is 62.3% of the total county population, and 71.7% of the estimated population that is age 12+.
3rd Dose and Booster Data: As a reminder, there is no way from this dataset to differentiate between 3rd doses (given to individuals who are immune compromised) and boosters, so they will be grouped together in my reports.
A total of 173,625 3rd doses have been administered to Bucks residents. This is an increase of 915 from the report two weeks ago.
Approximately 27.6% of county residents have received a booster dose, and 31.8% of those age 12 and up.
The majority of booster doses are Pfizer (69%).
Individuals who have received 3rd doses are predominantly:
– white (74%)
– female (56%)
– non-Hispanic or Latino (70%)
Approximately 38% of individuals who’ve received 3rd doses are age 60+. This percentage has steadily been decreasing, which is a good sign indicating the more people across younger age groups are getting their booster. Please see the Third Dose Demographics tables for more details.