COVID-19 Data Overview
View COVID-19 data from the City of Berkeley, including vaccination rates, cases, hospitalizations, deaths, testing, and more.
As of May 22, 2023 data on these pages will be updated weekly instead of daily.
The COVID data dashboards give you an overview of the latest data from the pandemic in Berkeley. View more details by navigating to the pages in this section, such as case rates by time period; cases, hospitalizations, and deaths; testing data; and vaccine data.
The number and percent of residents fully vaccinated includes University of California, Berkeley students currently living in Berkeley. Due to known limitations of vaccination and population data, percentages of people vaccinated are only reported up to 97.5%.
COVID-19 Data Overview
Case and testing data used in this dashboard is available in raw form to view, download, or create your own visualizations on the City's Open Data Portal.
- COVID-19 confirmed cases
- COVID-19 tests resulted weekly
- COVID-19 tests resulted daily
- COVID-19 Deaths
The Alameda County hospitalization data comes from the California Department of Public Health COVID-19 "Hospitals by County" dataset .
ALAMEDA COUNTY COVID-19 DATA
- Alameda County COVID-19 dashboard: features visualizations on countywide cases & deaths, cases by zip code, testing, and hospitalizations. Also features a list of reported cases at skilled nursing facilities.
- COVID-19 datasets on the Alameda County Open Data Portal: Datasets available for direct download or API integration.
Case counts only reflect lab-confirmed cases, not the total number of people in Berkeley who have been infected with COVID-19. Many people with COVID-19 experience mild or no symptoms, but they can still spread the disease to others.
For detailed information on specific data sets, including definitions and limitations, see the one-page narrative for the data set on the Open Data Portal.
Cases are counted by the episode date, which is calculated by CalREDIE as the earliest of the following dates (if the dates exist): date lab received, date of diagnosis, date of symptom onset, specimen collection date, or date created in CalREDIE.
Vaccination doses includes data from the California Immunization Registry (CAIR) provided by Alameda County, and data received from the University of California, Berkeley (UCB). Due to the limitations of vaccination data and population estimates, percentages of people vaccinated are only reported up to 97.5%. Get more information on UC Berkeley vaccination rates.