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Why wealthy spots like Beverly Hills, San Marino have the highest COVID vaccination rates

South and East L.A., parts of the San Gabriel and San Fernando valleys, areas near the L.A. and Long Beach ports and the Antelope Valley have the lowest vaccination rates.

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