How many Winchester residents have received the COVID-19 vaccine?

The Commonwealth’s COVID-19 dashboard has been updated to report on cities’ vaccination progress.

Values ​​with an * were suppressed. Rows are suppressed when dose records for a given demographic are less than 30. City totals are suppressed in cases where at least one group has fewer than 30 dose records.

People with at least one dose: A person has at least one dose when they have received one or more doses of vaccine. This is measured as the total number of first doses administered and reported by Moderna and Pfizer and the total number of doses administered and reported by Janssen / Johnson & Johnson.

Fully vaccinated people: A person is considered fully vaccinated when they have received the number of doses required to complete the COVID-19 series of vaccines. This is measured as the total number of second doses administered and reported by Moderna and Pfizer plus the total number of doses administered and reported by Janssen / Johnson & Johnson.

Partially vaccinated people: A person is considered partially vaccinated when they have received only the first dose of a two-dose vaccine (currently Moderna and Pfizer).

The following Winchester dates are from March 16th.

  • Population: 22,284
  • Proportion of urban population: 100%
  • Population with at least one dose: 6,097
  • Population with at least one dose per capita: 27%
  • Proportion of city dwellers with at least one dose: 100%
  • Fully vaccinated residents: *
  • Fully vaccinated population per capita: *
  • Proportion of fully vaccinated residents of the city: *
  • Partially vaccinated residents: *
  • Partially vaccinated people per capita: *
  • Proportion of partially vaccinated residents of the city: *

Source: MIIS. Vaccination records from most (but not all) Massachusetts providers are reported to the Massachusetts Immunization Information System (MIIS) via direct messages from electronic health records or user input.

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