Vaccination Progress to Date

COVID-19 VACCINATION PROGRESS TO DATE

The statewide data in the table below corresponds to the following definitions and sources as noted.

  1. “% of Population (CDC)” represents the total number of New Yorkers vaccinated anywhere and by anyone as reported by CDC, including state, local and private vaccination providers (includes Federal entities such as Veterans’ Hospitals and New Yorkers who received their vaccinations in other states) as a percent of the total New York population over the age of 18.
  2. “Total” represents the total number of individuals vaccinated in New York State by state, local and private vaccination providers as reported to NYSIIS and CIR.
  3. “% of Population” represents New York residents vaccinated in New York State by state, local and private vaccination providers as a percent of the total New York population over the age of 18.

County-level vaccination data is based on data reported to the New York State Immunization Information System (NYSIIS) and the New York City Citywide Immunization Registry (NYC CIR) by the providers administering vaccines.

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Definitions

People with at least one vaccine dose represents the total number of individuals who have received at least one dose of any COVID-19 vaccine

People with completed vaccine series represents the total number of individuals who have completed the recommended series of a given COVID-19 vaccine product (e.g., 2 doses of the 2-dose Pfizer or Moderna vaccine; 1 dose of the single dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine)

People with a booster dose represents the total number of individuals who have received a booster dose of a given COVID-19 vaccine product.

The eligible population represents the percent of all New Yorkers who have completed their initial recommended series of a given COVID vaccine, and for whom enough time has passed that they are now eligible to receive a booster.

Methodological Notes

 

  • As of June 24, 2022, this dashboard will be updated weekly on Fridays to align with CDC’s data refresh schedule.
  • This report is created by the New York State Department of Health from CDC data on administrations and data reported to the New York State Immunization Information System (NYSIIS) and the New York City Citywide Immunization Registry (NYC CIR).
    •  Statewide vaccination numbers are provided by the CDC. This data includes administrations through Federal entities and administrations to New York residents performed in other U.S. states.
    • County-level vaccination data is based on data reported in NYSIIS and CIR. This includes limited data on vaccines administered through Federal entities (Veterans Health Administration) or performed outside of New York State to New York residents, and will not be reflective of every dose administered to New York State residents in those settings. NYSIIS and CIR data is used for county-level statistics in order to provide more complete data for individuals over 18, as the CDC suppresses age-based data for small sample sizes.
  • The CDC website includes doses administered through federal entities – including Department of Defense, Veterans Health Administration, and Bureau of Prisons – and doses administered to New York State residents by out of state providers who do not report to the New York State Immunization Information System (NYSIIS) or the New York City Citywide Immunization Registry (NYC CIR). New York State’s Vaccine Tracker displays both CDC data and NYSIIS and CIR data for statewide vaccination rates. “Individuals vaccinated” at the statewide level reflect vaccines administered by New York providers (including vaccines administered to non-New York residents).
  • The COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker: Vaccination Progress to Date dashboard shows all vaccinated individuals according to their county of residence. Residency is self-reported by the individual being vaccinated. The Regional Vaccination Progress by New York Providers dashboard reflects all people vaccinated by New York providers. While most individuals get vaccinated through providers located in their region of residence, there may be cases where individuals get vaccinated through a provider located outside their region of residence. This may result in slight variations in the number of doses administered and individuals vaccinated from region to region.
  • As people receive their booster dose months after the primary series, if an individual moves or crosses to a different jurisdiction for an immunization, that dose may be incorrectly counted as a first dose, resulting in an under-estimating  of booster counts.
  • Booster dose data was updated on 04/22/2022 to account for individuals who have received a second booster dose since 3/29/2022.