Redding Rancheria COVID shots

On Monday, the California Department of Public Health released the most recent statistics on COVID-19 and updates on the state’s pandemic response. The most up-to-date data is available on the state’s COVID-19 data dashboard.

Cases, hospitalizations and deaths are largely occurring among unvaccinated populations.

► Unvaccinated people were 6.9 times more likely to get COVID-19 (data from Oct. 31-Nov. 6).

► Unvaccinated people were 11.9 times more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19 (data from Oct. 24-30).

► Unvaccinated people were 16.5 times more likely to die from COVID-19 (data from Oct. 17-23).


► 57,086,595 total vaccines administered.

► 75.5% of the eligible population (5+) has been vaccinated with at least one dose.

► 184,820 people a day are receiving COVID-19 vaccination (average daily dose count over seven days).


► California has 4,773,641 confirmed cases to date.

► Today’s average case count is 4,436 (average daily case count over seven days).


► The testing positivity rate is 1.9% (average rate over seven days).


► There are 3,465 hospitalizations statewide.

► There are 902 ICU patients statewide.


► There have been 73,199 COVID-19 deaths since the start of the pandemic.

► COVID-19 claims the lives of 50 Californians each day (average daily death count over seven days).

Get vaccinated for COVID-19

The risk for COVID-19 exposure and infection continues as a number of Californians remain unvaccinated. Real-world evidence continues to show that the vaccine is preventing severe illness, hospitalization, and death, according to the CDPH.

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