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Maps help us identify areas of San Francisco that have been most affected by COVID-19. We use this information to direct resources to those most affected.
New cases map
This map shows new cases confirmed in San Francisco in the last 2 months.
Neighborhoods with more new cases (higher new case rates) are darker blue. Neighborhoods with fewer new cases are lighter green.
Neighborhoods not shaded on the map did not have 20 cases in the past 2 months. We only calculate rates when there have been 20 cases in the last 2 months.
Total cases map
This map shows all cases confirmed in San Francisco since testing began in late February.
Neighborhoods with more cases (higher case rates) are darker blue. Neighborhoods with fewer cases are light yellow.
Maps reflect institutional racism and structural inequality
COVID-19 has affected specific communities of color more than other groups. Learn more on our population characteristics page.
Neighborhood trends are closely linked to racism and inequality. This is, in part, because of discriminatory housing policies like redlining and urban renewal.
Structural racism and discrimination impact many aspects of a person’s life, including:
Health care access
These can affect a person’s health. They can also increase a person’s risk of getting COVID-19. Find out more about health equity and COVID-19 risk factors. Other factors may also impact neighborhood trends, like the density of congregate housing. In congregate housing, bathrooms or kitchens are shared among more than one household.
Differences in the neighborhood case rates does not mean that any area of the city is more or less safe.