This dashboard is updated daily and provides a summary of all COVID-19 vaccines received and administered by vaccine providers located in Santa Clara County, as well as the number of vaccine appointments scheduled in the next 7 days. Please see the Data Notes located below the dashboard for additional information.
*** Total does not include counts from vaccine providers that are not reporting or failed to report.
Due to changes in the State’s vaccine allocation strategy, this dashboard will no longer be reporting vaccine received as first and second doses and will instead report total vaccine received.
Data Source: Provider reported to the County of Santa Clara Public Health Department pursuant to Health Officer Order.
Timing: The data are based on reports from the prior day by providers.
Number of Doses:
- The “Doses Received” columns represent the total number of doses that have been received by vaccine providers in Santa Clara County, including first, second, and single doses.
- The “Doses Administered” columns represent the number of vaccine doses given to people. These are separated by first and second doses for the two-dose series vaccines (Pfizer and Moderna) and single-doses administered for the single-dose vaccine (Johnson & Johnson).
- As of February 3rd 2021, CDPH guidance stated that “a dose is a dose” and allocations are no longer delineated as first or second dose for 2-dose series vaccines (Pfizer and Moderna).
Extra Doses: According to the FDA, extra doses may be obtained for these COVID-19 vaccines due to overfill of the multi-dose vials. As a result, total doses administered may exceed total doses received.
Self-reported Data: All data are self-reported from vaccine providers in Santa Clara County. If data are not reported on a specified reporting day, numbers from the previous day are used. “Failed to Report” means that no data have been reported by a provider as required by the Public Health Department. “Not Reported” means that data are not currently reported to the Public Health Department by the provider, and that the provider receives vaccine directly from the federal government and is therefore not subject to the Health Officer Order.
Source of Vaccine Allocation: “Source of Vaccine Allocation” indicates the level of government—federal, state, or county—that decides how much of available vaccine will be supplied to each vaccine provider over which they have jurisdiction. Federal healthcare organizations, like the VA Palo Alto Health Care System, are allocated vaccine directly by the federal government. Vaccine providers that operate in multiple counties, like Kaiser Permanente, are directly allocated vaccine by the State of California. Vaccine providers that operate only in Santa Clara County are allocated vaccine by the County of Santa Clara Public Health Department. The State of California determines the number of vaccines that are available for counties to allocate. Once allocated, vaccine is often shipped directly to vaccine providers by vaccine manufacturers. For more information on vaccine allocation, visit the County of Santa Clara COVID-19 Vaccine Information page.
VA Palo Alto Dashboard Disclaimer: Due to the structure of the VA Healthcare System, the data reported by the VA Palo Alto for this dashboard represents the whole scope of their vaccination efforts in accordance with federally-determined eligibility criteria and is not exclusive to veterans who either live and/or work in Santa Clara County.
Errors: Any errors that are reported are corrected but may not be reflected until the next dashboard update.
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