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 deaths, testing results, 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.
More people are now testing themselves at home for COVID-19. We do not get data from at-home testing. This affects the accuracy of data on testing volume. Other dashboards that help show the spread of COVID-19 are hospitalizations and test positivity.
Vaccine boosters help to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and protect against severe illness and hospitalization. Data on San Francisco residents that have received a COVID-19 bivalent vaccine booster dose is located here.
COVID-19 deaths in San Francisco
Learn about San Francisco residents who have received a bivalent vaccine booster.
Learn about San Francisco residents who have received a vaccine booster.
Learn about San Francisco residents who have completed their primary vaccine series.
San Francisco COVID-19 testing data, including citywide tests collected and test positivity rate.
Maps of COVID-19 testing rates and test positivity rate in San Francisco neighborhoods.
This page shows COVID-19 testing rates and positivity rates by race and ethnicity in San Francisco.