Obtain additional data about vaccine doses administered by date and vaccine doses by age and race/ethnicity among Berkeley residents.
Vaccine doses by date, age, and race/ethnicity
The visuals below show the number of vaccine doses administered to people who live in Berkeley, regardless of where they received the vaccine. Numbers include University of California, Berkeley (UCB) students living in Berkeley.
This dashboard is populated with data from the California Immunization Registry (CAIR), the State's electronic immunization information system, and data received from University Health Services (UHS) for UCB students/staff.
Due to known issues with CAIR data reporting and population estimates, percentages of people vaccinated are only reported up to 97.5%. Vaccines, where the race/ethnicity is unknown, are not shown on the visual “Vaccine doses by race/ethnicity (% of the total population).” Booster doses are classified as both additional doses and booster doses after the date of 8/12/2021. The % completed primary series and boosters use a denominator of the primary series population. The % boosted of the total population includes people not eligible for a booster and uses a denominator of Berkeley's total population. Up-to-date estimates the percentage of Berkeley residents who have received all COVID-19 doses they are eligible for. Effective April 18, 2023, bivalent vaccines are authorized to be used for all doses for individuals 6 months of age and older. The % of the total population with a bivalent booster is based on the individual’s first bivalent booster dose. The up-to-date percentage includes the percentage of individuals that have received all recommended doses for which they are eligible. Please visit the CDC and CDPH websites for more information on staying up-to-date.