COVID-19 Vaccine Data

Note: As of 5/18/2021, this data reflects the addition of 12-15 year olds to the population of those eligible to receive the vaccine.

Additional State and local data can also be found on the Michigan COVID-19 Dashboard here.

Table 1: Percent of Saginaw County Residents Vaccine  
16 years of age and older that have received at least 1 vaccine 53.1%
65 years of age and older that have received at least 1 vaccine 80.0%

 

Table 2: Saginaw County Doses Administered County Doses SCHD Doses
Saginaw County Residents - 1st Dose 86,746  
Saginaw County Residents - 2nd Dose 75,092  
Total Doses Given 161,838 28,780 (18%)

 

Table 3: County Doses by Age Group County Doses
12-15 3,429
16 - 19 5,773
20 - 29 14,535
30 - 39 15,822
40 - 49 19,022
50 - 64 45,895
65 - 74 33,311
75+ 24,048

 

Table 4: Saginaw County Doses by Sex County Doses
Female 89,274
Male 72,451
Unknown 113

 

Table 5: SCHD Administered Doses by Age Group SCHD Doses
12 128
13-18 1,177
19-24 1,300
25-44 5,230
45-64 9,281
65+ 11,664

 

Please note the information in these tables are provisional and subject to change. Use care interpreting. Percentages are rounded to the nearest whole numbers and may equal more than 100%.

The data supplied includes County level data and Health Department Data.

Tables are updated weekly on Tuesdays by 5 pm.

Saginaw County Health Department clinics are open to individuals who live and/or work in Saginaw County and meet current priority criteria.

Data on this page is obtained using the Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR) and SCHD completed consent forms. Census data used for population demographics was obtained from the 2019 US Census. Vaccines administered through the VA health system are not included in MCIR data.  

Additional State and local data can also be found on the Michigan COVID-19 Dashboard.

Updated 6/30/2021