This dashboard provides information about vaccine administration to Santa Clara County residents. This includes residents who have been vaccinated by providers within Santa Clara County and residents who have been vaccinated outside of the county. This does not include people who were vaccinated by providers in Santa Clara County but are not residents of Santa Clara County.
For more information about COVID-19 vaccinations in Santa Clara County please visit www.sccfreevax.org.
All of the County’s COVID-19 dashboards have transitioned to using the U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS) 5-Year Estimates population estimates. These population estimates more accurately reflect the county's population and demographics based on the preliminary 2020 census data. Previously, these dashboards had been using the State Department of Finance’s County Population Projections by Race/Ethnicity and Age.
Counties are experiencing temporary fluctuations in vaccination data received from the State of California due to a data reconciliation process involving the integration of vaccination data systems by the State. The data reconciliation process and associated fluctuations in county vaccination are expected to be resolved by May 2022.
This dashboard is updated Monday-Friday and will not be updated on holidays.
Source: California Department of Public Health, California Immunization Registry; U.S. Census Bureau, 2015-2019 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates.
Although providers are required to report data into the State’s CAIR2 system within 24 hours of vaccine administration, there may be additional delays in reporting from some providers; therefore, data for the most recent period is preliminary. The data in this dashboard will also change as data reporting issues are resolved in systems that report into CAIR2, as new providers are onboarded, and as data is validated and updated in the system.
Residents who are vaccinated for whom we do not have information on their age or gender are counted in the overall count of residents who are vaccinated, but they are not included in the breakdown of vaccinated residents by age or gender.
Doses administered are categorized as single dose vaccine if the vaccine administered was a vaccine the requires only one dose (Janssen/Johnson & Johnson). Doses administered are categorized as a first dose or second dose if the vaccine administered was part of a series requiring two doses (Moderna or Pfizer). Doses administered are categorized as a 1st booster dose if the dose is a third dose administered six or more months after a second dose of Pfizer or Moderna or if the dose is a second dose administered two or more months after a dose of Janssen/Johnson & Johnson. Doses administered are categorized as a 2nd booster dose if the dose is a fourth dose administered four or more months after the third dose (1st booster) of Pfizer of Moderna. The cumulative count of COVID-19 vaccine doses by day is the cumulative total number of vaccinations administered to county residents on that day. Daily count of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered is reported by the date of vaccine administration. The 7-day rolling average of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered is the average number of daily doses administered each day in the past seven days.
Number of people vaccinated (completed primary series) is the number of county residents who either received a vaccine requiring a single dose (Janssen/Johnson & Johnson) or received the second dose of a vaccine requiring two doses (Pfizer or Moderna). Residents with a booster dose includes people who have received at least one booster dose based on the definition above. Residents eligible for a booster dose are those who completed their primary series six or more months prior (Pfizer or Moderna) or two months or more prior (Janssen/Johnson & Johnson). The percent of the total population vaccinated is calculated using an estimated County population of 1,927,470 people, the U.S. Census Bureau, 2015-2019 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates.
The number of people vaccinated by demographic group is based on demographic information provided at the time of vaccination. The number of people not yet vaccinated by demographic group is based in part on estimates from a population-based survey sample, which is subject to limitations. As a result, the number of people not yet vaccinated in each demographic group may be over- or under-estimated. For this reason, the displayed percent of residents vaccinated in a given demographic group is capped at 95%. Total population counts for “other” or “unknown” race/ethnicity categories are not available for comparison and, therefore, the number of unvaccinated residents in these categories is not available.