COVID-19 data and reports

Dashboards and data about the COVID-19 virus in San Francisco, including cases, tests, hospitalizations, and vaccines.

Please note: the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is experiencing issues with their disease reporting system. As a result locally reported daily and total COVID case counts are currently an underestimate. We are working to resolve this issue locally and awaiting a complete fix from the State. This banner will be removed when the issue is resolved.

Our response to the coronavirus emergency is based on data, science, and facts. Data and dashboards help us see the whole picture of COVID-19 in our community. We track new cases, hospitalizations, and vaccinations to measure our progress.

We are committed to providing accurate and reliable data to the public. This information is from several City departments and outside partners. The data notes on each page give details and explain data limitations. 

Vaccine boosters help to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and protect against severe illness and hospitalization. Data on San Francisco residents that have a received a COVID-19 vaccine booster dose is located here.

Department of Public Health urges vaccination and indoor masking regardless of your vaccination status. Case rates by vaccination status are now located here. Learn more about COVID-19 hospitalization rates by vaccination status here. 

The San Francisco Department of Public Health is closely monitoring COVID-19 cases among children and in schools and is providing critical public health resources to San Francisco communities. Learn more about the latest data on COVID-19 in children and schools in San Francisco.



Cases and deaths

COVID-19 cases and deaths

COVID-19 cases and deaths in San Francisco, including new cases and cumulative totals.

COVID-19 case maps

San Francisco neighborhood maps of COVID-19 case rates.

COVID-19 population characteristics

San Francisco COVID-19 case data including age, race, sexual orientation, and homelessness status.

COVID-19 in single room occupancies (SROs)

Track COVID-19 cases and deaths in residents of single room occupancy hotels.

COVID-19 in skilled nursing facilities (SNFs)

Track the number of covid cases and deaths in residents of skilled nursing facilities.


COVID-19 vaccinations

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

COVID-19 vaccinations by neighborhood

Explore maps that show how many people in each San Francisco neighborhood are vaccinated.

COVID-19 vaccinations by race and age

Learn about the race, ethnicity, and age of vaccinated San Francisco residents.

COVID-19 vaccine boosters

Learn about San Francisco residents who have received a vaccine booster.


COVID-19 testing overview

San Francisco COVID-19 testing data, including citywide tests collected and test positivity rate.

COVID-19 testing maps

Maps of COVID-19 testing rates and test positivity rate in San Francisco neighborhoods.

COVID-19 testing by race or ethnicity

COVID-19 testing rates and percent positivity by race and ethnicity in San Francisco.


COVID-19 hospitalizations

Hospitalized COVID-19 cases in acute care and intensive care units in San Francisco. 

Alternative housing and shelter

Homelessness Recovery Plan

Mayor London N. Breed's Homelessness Recovery Plan invests in more housing and shelter.

Homeless shelter system: recovery and expansion

San Francisco will expand shelters and Safe Sleep sites for people experiencing homelessness after COVID-19.

COVID-19 Alternative Shelter Program

Learn about new temporary homeless shelters and hotels opened during the pandemic.

Rehousing COVID-19 Alternative Shelter Program guests

San Francisco is helping individuals experiencing homelessness find housing after staying in SIP hotels.

School reopening

COVID-19 school reopening

Tracking which San Francisco schools are reopening for in-person learning.

Food programs

COVID-19 food support programs

Learn how San Francisco created new programs to help residents access food during the pandemic.