COVID-19 Vaccinations by Neighborhood
Vaccination data used in these dashboards are from the California Immunization Registry (CAIR2). There may be frequent fluctuations and delays with daily refreshes as the state continues to make improvements to their data systems. Additionally, when CAIR2 is down these data may not be updated every day.
San Francisco is following the State's plan to prioritize vulnerable groups, beginning with seniors, healthcare workers, and people in long-term care facilities. As California expands eligibility, the City is partnering with healthcare providers to operate vaccine sites for the general public. Supply remains limited, and you may not be able to book an appointment, even if you are eligible.
San Francisco's Department of Public Health (SFDPH) is committed to using its limited supply of vaccines to support our most vulnerable communities. That includes expanding access in neighborhoods that are most impacted by COVID-19 and historically underserved by private and public healthcare systems. Learn more about the City's strategy for administering vaccine equitably.
Vaccination progress by neighborhood
Following State guidelines, San Francisco prioritized vaccinating older adults, individuals at increased risk of severe disease, and healthcare workers. Therefore, some neighborhoods that have a greater proportion of older residents or long-term care facilities (such as Twin Peaks or Japantown) may show higher vaccination rates until the full San Francisco population becomes eligible.
This dashboard shows the percent of residents in each neighborhood that have received at least one dose of any vaccine.
Vaccines administered by SFDPH
San Franciscans access vaccines through many providers. Private healthcare groups, pharmacies, state agencies, and local health departments all administer vaccines to San Franciscans. The City is partnering with local healthcare providers to operate vaccine sites for the general public.
San Francisco's Department of Public Health (SFDPH) is committed to using its limited supply of vaccines to support our most vulnerable communities. That includes expanding access in neighborhoods that are most impacted by COVID-19 and historically underserved by private and public healthcare systems. See more about the City's strategy for administering vaccine here.
This dashboard shows where SFDPH is administering its limited supply of vaccines. It does not show the location of SFDPH vaccine sites, only where residents receiving a vaccine from SFDPH live within San Francisco.
April 14 update: The map in this dashboard has been updated with more accurate data. Colors in the map may appear slightly different. The numeric values displayed in the dashboard are not affected.
April 2021 Website & Data Changes:
- The San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) re-organized the vaccination data page, splitting the current page into multiple pages. The re-design increases accessibility.
- Census data will use updated 2019 5-year estimates from the American Community Survey. As a result, population totals, race/ethnicity totals, and age totals may all change.
- The San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) will be using improved methodology for estimating vaccinations by race/ethnicity. As a result, some numbers may change from the previous page and these totals may differ from what the State reports.
- The State will be implementing an improved version of the California Immunization Registry (CAIR2). As a result, total patients and total doses administered may change. These changes may fluctuate throughout April 2021 as the State continues to improve the dataset.