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Vaccination Totals & Locations Data

October 14, 2021: San Mateo County Health processed a correction to the vaccination data dashboards that has decreased the number of vaccinated county residents by about 5 percent. Read more about the correction here.

Vaccinations for San Mateo County residents are reported to SMC Health via the California Immunization Registry (CAIR2). COVID-19 vaccine administration data are reported as timely, accurately, and completely as data become available. Previous data will change as new and updated data are received. This dashboard provides a summary of vaccinations administered to San Mateo County residents only and does not include vaccinations provided by federal organizations such as the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

This dashboard draws on demographic projections from the California Department of Finance, providing accurate and detailed population estimates by race/ethnicity and gender, and for all age categories.

The demographic information here cannot be cross mapped to location-related dashboards, showing vaccine reach in cities, ZIP codes, and census tracts because these geographic analyses must draw on data from a different source, the American Community Survey (US Census Bureau). Read more about the limitations on reporting vaccination data by race and ethnicity.

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Vaccination Demographic Data

October 14, 2021: San Mateo County Health processed a correction to the vaccination data dashboards that has decreased the number of vaccinated county residents by about 5 percent. Read more about the correction here.

Vaccinations for San Mateo County residents are reported to SMC Health via the California Immunization Registry (CAIR2). COVID-19 vaccine administration data are reported as timely, accurately, and completely as data become available. Previous data will change as new and updated data are received. This dashboard provides a summary of vaccinations administered to San Mateo County residents only and does not include vaccinations provided by federal organizations such as the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

This dashboard draws on demographic projections from the California Department of Finance, providing accurate and detailed population estimates by race/ethnicity and gender, and for all age categories.

The demographic information here cannot be cross mapped to location-related dashboards, showing vaccine reach in cities, ZIP codes, and census tracts because these geographic analyses must draw on data from a different source, the American Community Survey (US Census Bureau). Read more about the limitations on reporting vaccination data by race and ethnicity.

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Vaccinated Residents Location Data

October 14, 2021: San Mateo County Health processed a correction to the vaccination data dashboards that has decreased the number of vaccinated county residents by about 5 percent. Read more about the correction here.

Vaccinations for San Mateo County residents are reported to SMC Health via the California Immunization Registry (CAIR2). COVID-19 vaccine administration data are reported as timely, accurately, and completely as data become available. Previous data will change as new and updated data are received. This dashboard provides a summary of vaccinations administered to San Mateo County residents only and does not include vaccinations provided by federal organizations such as the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

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Equity in Administering Vaccine

October 14, 2021: San Mateo County Health processed a correction to the vaccination data dashboards that has decreased the number of vaccinated county residents by about 5 percent. Read more about the correction here.

San Mateo County Health strives to achieve an equitable administration of vaccine in which residents living in communities with the greatest exposure to the virus can receive the vaccine as they become eligible. The data help us see the reach of the vaccine among residents living in the census tracts that comprise the Health Equity Quartile, which are the most disadvantaged areas within a county based on the California Healthy Places Index (HPI). Communities in the Health Equity Quartile experience less healthy community conditions such as lower median income, less education completeness, and barriers to accessing health care and need additional resources to address COVID-19 and pre-existing health inequities. We compare the reach in the Health Equity Quartile to the reach of the overall county population age 16+ to identify the communities in which additional focus is necessary. The goal is zero gap between the percentage of Health Equity Quartile 16+ vaccinated and County 16+ vaccinated.

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County Data Dashboard

Please note that the dashboards displayed as of 11/22/20 reflect improvements aimed at aligning what the public can see from our County-level details with the State Blueprint metrics. The COVID-19 cases reflected on the COVID-19 Data Dashboard are now shown by episode date, which places cases at the earliest date available based on either the date the lab result was collected, the resident’s date of death, the date an individual was diagnosed with COVID-19, the date the sample was collected, or the date symptoms were reported by a contact tracer or healthcare provider. This shift in data reporting should NOT in any way be interpreted as reflecting a decrease in cases in the last week.  Displaying cases by episode date shows the progression of illnesses over time. San Mateo County is experiencing among the highest level of cases we have seen since the pandemic’s beginning and the epidemiological curve you will see on the dashboard clearly shows a third wave of cases for which all our collective actions are necessary. You can see the specific trend for the past 30 days, distinct from the historical totals, by clicking on the applicable button on the Case dashboard.

Recent data are incomplete, and may lag as San Mateo County Health transitions to a new system for reporting to the State.

This dashboard details the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths within San Mateo County, including by day, age, race/ethnicity and sex of patients. A case is someone who tests positive for COVID-19 using viral testing performed in a lab.

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Hospital Data

This dashboard provides information on the number of hospitalized patients with confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19, as well as current occupancy and availability of intensive care unit beds, acute hospital beds and ventilators across San Mateo County. These data are provided by hospitals and may vary greatly day to day as discharges, transfers, and deaths of patients occur throughout the day.

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Lab Testing Data

Recent data are incomplete.

This dashboard provides information on the number of COVID-19 tests administered daily in San Mateo County, including positive, negative and pending results. The health office monitors testing to ensure enough capacity to isolate those who test positive, use contact tracing to notify anyone who may have been exposed, and ultimately slow the spread of COVID-19.

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Cases By City

Recent data are incomplete.

This map breaks down the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in San Mateo County by city and census tract and is updated once a week on Fridays.

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Long Term Care Facility Data

Recent data are incomplete.

This dashboard shows the current total number of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths among residents and staff at Long-Term Care Facilities (LTCFs) in San Mateo County. LTCFs include skilled nursing, independent living, assisted living and board and care facilities. Because LTCFs typically serve older individuals with chronic health conditions, residents of LTCFs are at greater risk of severe disease and death from COVID-19.

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Other Data
Other San Mateo County Data

Clicking on this link, or on the image below, will take you to the San Mateo County (SMC) All Together Better site for more data on health outcomes, health behaviors, health care access, and socioeconomic conditions in San Mateo County. This site is sponsored by Public Health, Policy, and Planning, a division of San Mateo County Health.