COVID-19 vaccinations

Track the number of residents vaccinated and the number of doses administered in the city.

There may be fluctuations and delays as the state improves their database. Check the update date on each dashboard.

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Getting the COVID-19 vaccine is one of the most important ways to end the pandemic. Research shows it is very effective and safe. The San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) strongly recommends all eligible residents to get the vaccine. 

This page shows:  

  1. San Francisco residents vaccinated  
  2. Doses administered to San Francisco residents by all providers 
  3. Doses administered to San Francisco residents by the City

Vaccinated San Franciscans

The dashboard shows San Francisco residents who have gotten at least 1 dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. It includes all residents, even if they got vaccinated somewhere else in California.  

People who do not live in San Francisco are not included, even if they got vaccinated in the city.   

Many vaccines require one person to get two doses. Each person is only counted once in the dashboard below. 

Data notes and sources

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Data comes from the California Immunization Registry (CAIR2). CAIR2 is run by the California Department of Public Health.  

Total residents vaccinated shows the total unique San Francisco residents who have received at least 1 dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. 

Average daily new residents vaccinated shows the 7-day rolling average of residents getting their first dose of the vaccine. The 7-day rolling average is the average of residents on a particular day and the previous 6 days. This helps smooth out day-to-day fluctuations.  

Doses administered to San Franciscans by all providers

The dashboard shows all doses administered to San Francisco residents by any provider in California. It includes every resident, even if they got vaccinated somewhere else in California.  

People who do not live in San Francisco are not included, even if they got vaccinated in San Francisco.   

Data notes and sources

View source data

Data comes from the California Immunization Registry (CAIR2). CAIR2 is run by the California Department of Public Health.  

All doses administered to San Francisco residents are included, even if they were vaccinated by a provider outside the city. Doses administered by providers in the city to individuals who live outside the city are not included. 

Total doses to residents shows the total vaccine doses administered to San Francisco residents up to that day.  

Average daily new doses to residents shows the 7-day rolling average of new doses administered to San Francisco residents. The 7-day rolling average is the average of vaccine doses administered on a particular day and the previous 6 days. This helps smooth out day-to-day fluctuations.  

Doses administered to San Franciscans by the City

The dashboard shows all doses administered to San Francisco residents by the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH).  

This includes: 

  • Clinics run by the San Francisco Health Network  
  • Neighborhood sites run by the COVID Command Center in partnership with community organizations 

This does not include high volume sites run by the COVID Command Center in partnership with large private healthcare providers. 

The dashboard includes every San Francisco resident, even if they got vaccinated somewhere else in California. People who do not live in San Francisco are not included, even if they work in the City or got vaccinated in San Francisco.   

Data notes and sources

View source data

Data comes from the California Immunization Registry (CAIR2). CAIR2 is run by the California Department of Public Health. Only doses administered by the San Francisco Public Health Department (SFDPH) to individuals living in San Francisco are included. Doses administered by other providers and doses administered to individuals who live outside San Francisco are not included. 

Total doses to residents shows the total vaccine doses administered by SFDPH to San Francisco residents up to that day.  

Average daily new doses to residents shows the 7-day rolling average of new doses administered by SFDPH to San Francisco residents. The 7-day rolling average is the average of vaccine doses administered on a particular day and the previous 6 days. This helps smooth out day-to-day fluctuations.