Orange County

These Orange County communities have the highest, lowest COVID-19 vaccination rates

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — After Channel 9 attorneys threatened legal action, the state of Florida finally turned over COVID-19 vaccination rates by ZIP code for Orange County this week.

The data includes vaccination rates as of May 7.

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The vaccination rates of each ZIP code help Orange County decide where to park its mobile vaccine units.

The Department of Health said these vaccination rates by ZIP code are not perfect and that some populations may have increased or decreased from the numbers they used in the calculations.

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Here are key takeaways from the data:

  • The three ZIP codes with the lowest vaccinations rates as of May 7 include: 32709, which covers Christmas; 32708, which covers Pine Hills and Orlovista; and 32839, which covers Holden Heights, Oak Ridge, Edgewood, Pine Castle.
  • All three of those ZIP codes reported that less than 23% of the population had been vaccinated as of May 7.
  • The highest vaccination rate in the county is in 32792, which includes Winter Park, Casselberry, Aloma and Goldenrod, with 74.7% of people vaccinated.
  • The 34787 ZIP code, which includes Winter Garden, Oakland, Horizon West, Tildenville, Four Corners and Bay Lake, reports the highest number of people vaccinated in the community, at 40,148.

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You can see all of the vaccination rates by ZIP code in the interactive map below. The highest reported rates are marked in orange, while the lowest vaccination rates are marked as purple. Note, that officials said outdated population rates may skew the data in certain ZIP codes.

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Sarah Wilson joined WFTV Channel 9 in 2018 as a digital producer after working as an award-winning newspaper reporter for nearly a decade in various communities across Central Florida.