The charts below display available information on demographics and transmission category for confirmed cases and deaths in San Francisco. While these figures show certain groups being particularly impacted by COVID-19, it’s important to note that COVID-19 impacts all San Franciscans. Everyone is strongly advised to continue taking all precautions to protect themselves and others by staying home as much as possible, wearing a face covering, and staying at least six feet away from others when going out for essential activities. Visit SF.gov/coronavirus or call 311 to learn more.
Data Notes: Demographic and transmission data are based on information reported from case interviews, laboratories, and providers. This data may not be immediately available for recently reported cases. In the race/ethnicity data shown below, the "Other” category includes those who identified as Other or with a race/ethnicity that does not fit the choices collected. The “Unknown” includes individuals who did not report a race/ethnicity to their provider, could not be contacted, or declined to answer. Comorbidities for COVID-19 deaths are reported as having one or more underlying health conditions, such as chronic disease, present in a patient at the time of death. Because of the low number of deaths due to COVID-19, demographic and risk data proportions are subject to daily fluctuation. Conclusions about trends should be drawn cautiously. Figures will be updated as information becomes available.