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This information makes vaccination data transparent and accessible to all Californians.

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Overview of vaccine administration

This chart shows all vaccinations administered in California, by county of residence. This data is updated daily.


Vaccination progress by group

These charts show our progress in vaccinating groups and communities with the most urgent need. You can view by Vaccine Equity Metric (VEM), race and ethnicity, age, either statewide or by county. These charts are updated weekly on Wednesday.

These charts use the California Healthy Places Index (HPI), developed by the Public Health Alliance of Southern California, which explores local factors that predict life expectancy and compares community conditions across the state. The HPI quartiles are the total state population divided into 25% segments based on conditions that shape health, including housing, transportation, and education.

The VEM combines HPI with California Department of Public Health (CDPH)-derived scores. Zip codes range from less healthy community conditions in Quartile 1 to more healthy community conditions in Quartile 4.

Vaccinations by zip code

A map of California with dots that provide zip code-level vaccination data

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This map shows the share of the population that has received COVID-19 vaccine by zip code and the VEM quartiles.

The percentage of those who have received a partial or full series of COVID-19 vaccine out of the total eligible population in each zip code are indicated by gray shading. Darker shades of gray indicate a higher percentage. Lighter shades of gray indicate a lower percentage.

The VEM quartiles are identified by the colors of the circles at the center of each zip code.


Vaccinating equitably across groups

These charts show how California has distributed vaccines to date and over time by VEM, race and ethnicity, age, and gender. Providing this information is voluntary and not required for vaccination. These charts are updated weekly on Wednesday.

Vaccinations to date

This chart shows how doses have been prioritized across VEM quartiles, which align with community health conditions. Our vaccination goals in this area are so important that we tied California’s reopening to them.

  • Vaccinations by doses administered
  • Number of vaccine doses given in California
  • % of total and number of doses administered
  • Quartile {N}
  • Least healthy community conditions
  • Most healthy community conditions
  • Updated {PUBLISHED_DATE} with data from {LATEST_ADMINISTERED_DATE}.

Vaccinations over time

This graph shows our efforts over time to distribute equitably to different quartiles. You can see the progress made after two major policy and logistics changes in early March and mid-March.

Proportion of first vaccine doses by group

These charts show the distribution of first vaccine doses by race and ethnicity, age, and gender to date. Providing this information is voluntary and not required for vaccination.

  • People with at least one dose of vaccine administered by race and ethnicity in California
  • People with at least one dose of vaccine administered by race and ethnicity in [REGION]
  • % of vaccines administered
  • % of vaccine eligible population
  • Updated {PUBLISHED_DATE} with data from {LATEST_ADMINISTERED_DATE}.
  • People who identified as {category} have received {metric-value} of the vaccines administered and make up {metric-baseline-value} of the vaccine-eligible population.
  • People whose race/ethinicity was reported as {category} have received {metric-value} of the vaccines administered. Since Other is not an official classification from Census nor the Office of Management and Budget, the size of the corresponding vaccine-eligible population is undetermined.
  • People whose race or ethnicity is {category} have received {metric-value} of the vaccines administered. California does not assign this group a percentage of the vaccine-eligible population.
  • People with at least one dose of vaccine administered by age in California
  • People with at least one dose of vaccine administered by age in [REGION]
  • % of vaccines administered
  • % of vaccine eligible population
  • Updated {PUBLISHED_DATE} with data from {LATEST_ADMINISTERED_DATE}.
  • The {category} age group has received {metric-value} of the vaccines administered and make up {metric-baseline-value} of the vaccine-eligible population.
  • People whose age do not fall into any group have received have received {metric-value} of the vaccines administered. California does not assign this group a percentage of the vaccine-eligible population.
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  • People with at least one dose of vaccine administered by gender in California
  • People with at least one dose of vaccine administered by gender in [REGION]
  • % of vaccines administered
  • % of vaccine eligible population
  • Updated {PUBLISHED_DATE} with data from {LATEST_ADMINISTERED_DATE}. “Unknown/undifferentiated” includes those who declined to state, whose gender information is missing, or who identify as transgender, gender non-binary, gender queer or intersex.
  • {category} have received {metric-value} of the vaccines administered and make up {metric-baseline-value} of the vaccine-eligible population.
  • People whose gender is unknown or undifferentiated (see who this includes in the chart information) have received {metric-value} of the vaccines administered. Since Unknown/Undifferentiated is not an official classification from Census nor the Office of Management and Budget, the size of the corresponding vaccine-eligible population is undetermined.

California is tracking data to understand the spread of COVID-19.

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County and statewide data

Cases and deaths

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  • Confirmed cases in California
  • Confirmed cases in {REGION} County
  • {total_confirmed_cases} total confirmed cases
  • {new_cases} new cases ({new_cases_delta_1_day} increase)
  • {new_cases} new cases ({new_cases_delta_1_day} decrease)
  • {cases_per_100k_7_days} cases per 100K (7-day average)
  • Episode date
  • Reported date
  • Episode Date: {DATE}
    7-day average case rate per 100K: {7DAY_AVERAGE}
    Cases: {CASES}
  • 7-day average
  • Cases per 100K
  • Cases
  • Episode date
  • Reported date
  • Pending
  • Data incomplete for recent dates
  • Confirmed deaths in California
  • Confirmed deaths in {REGION} County
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  • Death date
  • Reported date
  • Death Date: {DATE}
    7-day average death rate per 100K: {7DAY_AVERAGE}
    Deaths: {DEATHS}
  • 7-day average
  • Deaths per 100K
  • Deaths
  • Death date
  • Reported date
  • Pending
  • Data incomplete for recent dates

Testing for COVID-19

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  • Total tests in California
  • Total tests in {REGION} County
  • {total_tests_performed} total tests performed
  • {new_tests_reported} new tests reported ({new_tests_reported_delta_1_day} increase)
  • {new_tests_reported} new tests reported ({new_tests_reported_delta_1_day} decrease)
  • Testing date
  • Reported date
  • Testing Date: {DATE}
    7-day average test rate per 100K: {7DAY_AVERAGE}
    Total Tests: {TOTAL_TESTS}
  • 7-day average
  • Tests per 100K
  • Tests
  • Testing date
  • Reported date
  • Pending
  • Data incomplete for recent dates
  • Positivity rate in California
  • Positivity rate in {REGION} County
  • {test_positivity_7_days} test positivity (7-day rate)
  • {test_positivity_7_days_delta_7_days} increase from 7-days prior
  • {test_positivity_7_days_delta_7_days} decrease from 7-days prior
  • Testing Date: {DATE}
    7-day positivity rate: {7DAY_POSRATE}
    Total Tests: {TOTAL_TESTS}
  • Positivity rate
  • Tests
  • Testing date
  • Pending
  • 7-day rate
  • Data incomplete for recent dates

Confirmed and suspected hospitalizations

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  • COVID-19 hospitalized patients in California
  • COVID-19 hospitalized patients in {REGION} County
  • COVID-19 ICU patients in California
  • COVID-19 ICU patients in {REGION} County
  • {TOTAL} COVID-19 hospitalized patients
  • {CHANGE} more patients hospitalized from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} increase)
  • {CHANGE} fewer patients hospitalized from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} decrease)
  • {TOTAL} COVID-19 ICU patients
  • {CHANGE} more ICU patients from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} increase)
  • {CHANGE} fewer ICU patients from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} decrease)
  • Hospitalized
  • ICU
  • Reported date
  • 14-day average
  • Reported Date: {DATE}
    Total hospitalized patients: {TOTAL_HOSPITALIZED}
    14-day average of hospitalized patients: {14DAY_AVERAGE}
  • ICU beds in California
  • ICU beds in {REGION} County
  • {TOTAL} ICU beds available
  • {CHANGE} more ICU beds available from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} increase)
  • {CHANGE} fewer ICU beds available from prior day total ({CHANGE_FACTOR} decrease)
  • Reported date
  • On {DATE} there was a total of {VALUE} available ICU beds.

Vaccination data

COVID-19 vaccination is one of the most important tools to end the pandemic. We’re tracking the progress of vaccinating Californians across the state.


Cases and deaths by ethnicity, gender, and age

The distribution of confirmed COVID-19 cases reveals significant disparities within California’s overall racial and ethnic demographics, with Latino and Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander groups having a disproportionate number of cases relative to their population in the state. Additional COVID-19 race and ethnicity data is available.

  • Confirmed cases by race and ethnicity in California
  • % of confirmed cases
  • % of state population
  • {category} people account for {metric-value} of confirmed cases and {metric-baseline-value} of the total California population.
  • Updated {PUBLISHED_DATE} with data from {MINUS_ONE_DATE}. Note: Percentages may not add up to 100% due to rounding. “Other” race and ethnicity means those who do not fall under any listed race or ethnicity.
  • Confirmed deaths by race and ethnicity in California
  • % of confirmed deaths
  • % of state population
  • {category} people account for {metric-value} of confirmed deaths and {metric-baseline-value} of the total California population.

More data and tools

California has collected a wide range of data to inform its response to COVID-19. We’ve developed tools to process and analyze this data. These data and tools are available to the public.

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