San Mateo COVID-19 Vaccination Data
“Fully Vaccinated” residents are those who have completed their primary COVID-19 vaccine series. “Boosted” residents are those who completed their primary series and have had one booster shot. “+1 Dose” 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: May 11, 2022
San Mateo Vaccination Rates by Age
|Age||Fully Vaccinated||Boosted||1+ Dose|
|65 & older||>95%||88%||>95%|
|All ages 5 & older||>95%||64%||>95%|
County Vaccination Rates by Race/Ethnicity
|Race/Ethnicity||Fully Vaccinated||Boosted||1+ Dose|
|American Indian/Alaska Native||>95%||53%||>95%|
|Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander||61%||31%||66%|
County Vaccination Rates by Geography
|City||Fully Vaccinated||Boosted||1+ Dose|
|East Palo Alto||82%||40%||91%|
|Half Moon Bay||>95%||62%||>95%|
|North Fair Oaks||85%||44%||93%|
|South San Francisco||86%||58%||92%|
|Health Equity Quartile (HEQ)||82%||48%||89%|
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 by Week
|Week||Age 12+||Age 5-11|
Standing Vaccination Clinics in San Mateo
San Mateo Medical Center2nd Floor Education Classrooms
222 W 39th Ave, San Mateo
Open Mondays from 4:30 pm to 7:30 p.m. Offering Pfizer pediatric vaccine clinic for ages 5-11. Pfizer booster, first- and second-dose clinic for age 12 and older. Moderna booster, first- and second-dose clinic for age 18 and older. Sign up via MyTurn or come without an appointment.
San Mateo Medical CenterWest Parking Lot
222 W 39th Ave, San Mateo
Open Saturdays from 9:00 pm to 3:00 p.m. Offering Pfizer booster, first- and second-dose clinic for age 12 and older. Moderna booster, first- and second-dose clinic for age 18 and older. Sign up via MyTurn or come without an appointment.
To view a complete list of vaccine clinics in San Mateo County please view our Vaccine Clinic Calendar.
Second Booster Eligibility
Second COVID-19 boosters are now available to people over the age of 50, immunocompromised individuals, and adults who received a primary/booster dose of Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine. Second boosters are available at all County vaccination clinics, pharmacies, and primary care providers.
Vaccine Eligibility for Children Under Five
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has tentatively announced June review dates for vaccines for ages 6 months to 4 years. Stay tuned!
Please visit the COVID-19 Vaccine Program page for more information about COVID-19 vaccinations.