Visit the COVID-19 Data and Reports home page to explore more data on COVID-19 in San Francisco.

COVID-19 Vaccinations

The vaccine is one of the most important ways to end the pandemic. It is very safe, and highly effective. However, regardless of whether you have received the vaccine or not, you can also do your part to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and keep others safe by staying homestaying 6 feet apart while outside, and wearing a face covering.

The vaccine remains available only in limited quantities. Vaccines allocated to the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) have either been administered or are earmarked for those who have been scheduled to receive a first dose and those who need a second dose. All allocations to date from the State to the SFDPH will likely be exhausted.
 
San Francisco is following the State's population prioritization plan. The vaccine is expected to be available to everyone by the end of 2021. A complete vaccination requires two doses. 

The following page contains information on:


Want to know when and where you can get vaccinated? Visit sf.gov/covid-19-vaccine-san-francisco to learn more.

How many San Franciscans received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine? What are their ages and race/ethnicities?
The dashboard below shows the number of people who live in San Francisco who have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, regardless of where they received their vaccinations. People who do not live in San Francisco are not included.
Please use the < > arrows at the bottom of the dashboard to learn about the ages and race/ethnicities of those who have received vaccine from SFDPH.
Note: SFDPH cannot yet show the gender identities and sexual orientations of San Franciscans who have received the vaccine because the State does not provide this information. We will offer this information as it becomes available to SFDPH.
How do I read the demographics information?
The grey bars show the percentage of each category making up the San Francisco population.
For example, the percentage of San Franciscans who identify as Asian.
The blue bars show the percentage of each category making up the total vaccines administered to San Franciscans.
For example, the percentage of all vaccines administered to San Franciscans who identify as Asian.
A blue bar that is longer than the grey bar means that category is "over-represented" in vaccine administration as compared to the population. 
For example, while SFDPH prioritizes vaccinating San Franciscans 65 years and older, the blue bar might show a higher percentage of 65 and older San Franciscans have received vaccine as compared to the percent of 65 and older San Franciscans in the population.
 See the graphic below for a visual explanation of example data:
How many San Franciscans have received vaccine from the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH)? What are their ages and race/ethnicities?
The dashboard below shows the number of people who live in San Francisco who have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at sites run by the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) and community partners.
These data show a sub-set of the information in the dashboard above: instead of all vaccinations administered to San Franciscans, this shows all vaccinations administered to San Franciscans by the San Francisco Department of Public Health.
Please use the < > arrows at the bottom of the dashboard to learn about the ages and race/ethnicities of those who have received vaccine from SFDPH. Please see the description in the section above for how to read the demographics information.

How many doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered by sites operating within San Francisco?
The dashboard below shows the number of doses of COVID-19 vaccine administered by organizations operating within San Francisco. This data includes people who live in and outside of San Francisco, as healthcare workers vaccinated by their San Francisco employer may not live in the city.
The information at the top of the dashboard reports the number of doses administered within San Francisco, by first and second dose.
Note: When new sites open, they may be delayed with their entry into the State dataset. Therefore, there may be a sudden increase in the numbers on a single day when their historical and current data is added at one time.