The Department of EMS announced today that 11,501 COVID-19 vaccines administered from December 28, 2020 to April 11, 2021 at South Road School Vaccine clinic.11,501 vaccines were administered among residents age 75 plus, homebound residents, public safety workers and teachers. Under the guidance of the Rhode Island Department of Health, the South Road Regional clinic targeted residents from across RI including towns of Narragansett, South Kingstown, Charlestown, Westerly, Hopkinton, Richmond, North Kingstown, and Jamestown.
Total vaccinations as from 12/28/2020 to 4/11/2021 for all participating towns at South Road Regional MEDPOD Clinics at 1157 South Road, Wakefield, RI.
11,501 vaccinations (1st and 2nd doses combined) 1st doses administered = 6,104 2nd doses administered (persons fully vaccinated) = 5,397
RIDOH State Vaccination Data for South Kingstown (as of 04/11/2021)
South Kingstown Population (2018) = 26,968
Total number of people partially vaccinated in South Kingstown (1st Dose) = 11,675
Percentage of population partially vaccinated in South Kingstown (1st Dose) = 43.3%
Total number of people fully vaccinated in South Kingstown = 8,312
Percentage of population fully vaccinated in South Kingstown = 30.8%
South County MEDPOD Vaccination Contributions (as of 04/11/201)
Compared with the state’s average of 1st vaccinations at 42.7% as of 4.11.21, South Kingstown is slightly above average at 43.3%. For second doses, the state was at 29% vaccinations statewide and South Kingstown average is at 30.8%. As of April 11, 2021, South Kingstown EMA vaccinated 15.3% of the state’s reported South Kingstown 1st dose residents (1,782) and 18.2% of South Kingstown 2nd dose residents (1,511).
Craig E. Stanley, Chief of EMS
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