The California Vaccine Dashboard says that Alameda County is currently administering about 8,000 doses per day.
Since both the current vaccines require 2 doses, this means the county is effectively vaccinating 4,000 people per day.
Since Alameda County population is approximately 1.6 million, this means that it will take 400 days to vaccinate 100% of the population, which means we might get there by March 1, 2022.
That's still a long ways away.
On the other hand, the state dashboards also show that Alameda County is currently experiencing about 500 new COVID-19 cases per day.
So for every new case of COVID-19, eight other people are getting protected.
That's something to be happy about.
But 8,000 doses administered a day. It. Just. Seems. To. Be. Taking. So. Long.