COVID-19 Data and Reports
San Francisco’s response to the coronavirus emergency is grounded in data, science and facts. Data are an important tool to help San Franciscans see the whole picture of coronavirus in our community. It can help us all do our part and see over time how the situation is changing.
We are committed to providing accurate, reliable reports to the public. Additional data will be added over time. The information presented here is updated daily and is dependent on reporting by numerous agencies across the City and outside partners. Please read the notes in each tracker to understand any limitations in reporting.
Some early milestones in San Francisco listed below:
- February 25, 2020: Mayor Breed declares a local emergency to prepare for COVID-19
- March 5, 2020: First reported positive COVID-19 cases in San Francisco
- March 16, 2020: San Francisco issues Stay at Home order
- April 17, 2020: San Francisco Issues New Policy on Face Coverings
Data and Reports by Topic
The following series of data trackers show the impact of COVID-19 on San Francisco over time. This collection of resources will expand as additional data and information becomes available.