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Inyo County COVID-19 and Vaccine Update: 11-24-21

Inyo County COVID-19 and Vaccine Update

Wednesday, November 24th, 2021

We are sending our weekly update early this week.

Our office is closed Thursday and Friday for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Thanksgiving COVID-19

With Thanksgiving tomorrow, we would like to take this opportunity to thank ALL of our community members for continuing to practice health & wellness measures and for doing all they could throughout the pandemic to help keep each other safer. Wearing a face mask, getting vaccinated, and answer contact tracing calls has made a difference.

At times the pandemic may feel never-ending or hopeless, but when you take a step back and look at all we have accomplished together you will see we have come a long way since March 2020. Lives have been saved, innovations and adjustments have shown us new ways of working/living, and each setback has also brought opportunity.

May we never forget those we have lost and may we all be thankful for loved ones near and far. Together we are stronger. We hope you stay safe and healthy.

– Inyo County Public Health Team


COVID-19 Updates, Data, and Case Trend Reports are available as PDFs; click here to access them.

Public Health COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

COVID-19 vaccine
Photo: PAHO

Pediatric Pfizer Vaccine (ages 5-11)

Vons Pharmacy – Bishop

Friday, November 26th, 2:00-6:00 pm

Click here to make an appointment with Vons.



View other Inyo County clinics offering the COVID-19 Vaccine here.

Need help making a vaccine appointment? Email [email protected]


COVID-19 Vaccine Data

Inyo Vaccine Data 11-24-21
Photo: Inyo County Public Health

If you want to learn more about the COVID-19 vaccines, read the vaccine fact sheets here.

As of November 24th, 2021, Inyo County has an eligible population (ages 5+) of 17,288. 62.9% of the full population are fully vaccinated, 10.5% have one dose, and 26.6% are not vaccinated.

Of the age group 5-11, 12.7% have the recommended single dose. Age group 12-17 is 46.9% fully vaccinated, 18-49 is 69.3%, 50-64 is 67.2%, and 65+ is 75.6%.


COVID-19 Case Rate

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Photo credit: BBC

Positive COVID-19 Cases: 2,541 (+22 increase over 11/22/21 update)

Active COVID-19 Cases: 88

Confirmed COVID-19 Deaths: 45 (+0 increase over 11/22/21 update)

For the Inyo County case demographics, currently the age group 0-17 has 19 active cases. Ages 18-49 has 38 active cases, ages 50-64 has 22 active cases, and ages 65+ has 9 active cases. 47 of those cases are male and 41 are female.

77 of these cases occur in North County (north of and including Big Pine), 10 are from South County (south of and including Independence), and 1 is from East County (east of Lone Pine). 0 are unreported or missing data concerning location.



There is a Public Health Officer Mask Order in place requiring all individuals in the incorporated and unincorporated areas of the County of Inyo, regardless of vaccination status, to wear a face covering when they enter any indoor public facility. To read the full Health Officer Order, click here.

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