California records 1,400 coronavirus cases in fully vaccinated people
San Francisco Chronicle
This year, California has recorded 1,379 cases of coronavirus infection in people who were fully vaccinated, the state Department of Public Health said Tuesday.
These so-called breakthrough cases — recorded from Jan. 1 to April 21 — make up about 0.1% of the roughly 1.4 million cases reported in California in that period.
The state had not previously made this data available, though Gov. Gavin Newsom said at a news briefing earlier this month that public health officials were tracking breakthrough reports and would release more information to the public.