San Mateo County COVID-19 Vaccination Data
“1+ Dose” includes residents who have had at least one dose. ”Primary Series Complete” are residents who have completed their primary COVID-19 vaccine series. “1st Additional/Booster” residents are those who completed their primary series and have had one booster shot. “2nd Booster” represents residents who have completed their primary series and now have had two booster shots.
Vaccination rates are capped at 95% due to limitations in data precision. County (by race/ethnicity) and County (by geography) graphs use different population denominator sources, resulting in different County vaccination rates. All rates are for 5 years old and up unless otherwise noted.
Last updated: June 06, 2022
San Mateo County Vaccination Rates by Age
|Age||Primary Series Complete||
|1st Additional/ Booster||1+ Dose|
|65 & older||> 95%||42%||87%||>95%|
|All ages 5 & older||90%||12%||62%||>95%|
San Mateo County Vaccination Rates by Race/Ethnicity
|Race/Ethnicity||Primary Series Complete||2nd Booster||1st Additional/Booster||1+ Dose|
|American Indian/Alaskan Native||>95%||6%||56%||>95%|
|Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander||61%||3%||33%||66%|
Health Equity Quartile (HEQ) is comprised of the Healthy Places Index (HPI) quartiles within the County with the least healthy community conditions, such as low median income, education completeness, and health care access.
Number of Vaccinations in San Mateo County by Week
|Week||Age 12+||Age 5-11|
Number of Tests Per Week in San Mateo County
|Week||Number of Tests|
For more information about COVID-19 Testing, please visit the SMC COVID-19 Testing page.
For more information about COVID-19 Vaccination, please visit the COVID-19 Vaccination Program page.
CDC recommends children ages 5 to 11 years receive a booster 5 months after their initial series.
CDC strengthened its recommendation that those 50+ and those 12+ who are immunocompromised should receive a second booster at least 4 months after their first.
FDA will review Moderna and Pfizer vaccines for those 6 months to 4 years old in mid-June, with rollout expected by the end of June.
If you have COVID-19 symptoms and test positive, you may be eligible for treatment. You can access Test to Treat (T2T – testing/doctor’s visit/medication pick-up all-in-one) through various providers. Use the Test to Treat Locator or call 1-800-232-0233.
Vaccinations, testing, and treatment are available through your doctor, local pharmacies, and County clinics.