The Santa Clara County administration building in Santa Clara, Calif., on April 1, 2021. (Jana Kadah/Bay City News)

Santa Clara County officials have corrected its count of Latinos who have received the COVID-19 vaccine from Kaiser Permanente.

Officials recently determined that when data counting Latinos was transferred into the state’s immunization registry, most had their ethnicity replaced with “other” or “non-Hispanic.”

Working with Kaiser, county officials fixed the error and added more than 22,000 to the count of Hispanic/Latino community members who have received at least one dose.

The county’s vaccination dashboard is available at