COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker

New York State's COVID-19 Vaccination Program

Dashboards are updated daily with data as of approximately 11 am the same day.

As of February 24, 2021, vaccination program numbers reflect all doses delivered to and administered in New York State, including doses reserved for the federal government’s Long Term Care Facility program. The latest information on doses administered through the federal government’s Long Term Care Facility program is available here.

Get more information on New York State’s vaccine distribution plan.

COVID-19 VACCINATION PROGRESS TO DATE

Vaccination data below reflects all vaccinated New Yorkers by place of residence.

 
 
VACCINE DISTRIBUTION AND ADMINISTRATION BY NEW YORK PROVIDERS

This dashboard reports the number of 1st and 2nd dose vaccinations distributed and administered by New York providers, including hospitals, mass vaccination sites operated by the State or local governments, pharmacies, participants in the federal government’s Long Term Care Facility program, and other providers registered with the state to serve as points of distribution.

 
Frequently Asked Questions

The New York State Department of Health works closely with all facilities reporting COVID-19 immunizations to ensure timely and accurate data is captured. As such, updates may occur as new data becomes available, and previously published data may change.

 

Where does vaccination data come from?

This report is created by the New York State Department of Health primarily from data reported to the New York State Immunization Information System (NYSIIS) and the New York City Citywide Immunization Registry (NYC CIR).

 

How often is this data updated?

Data on the dashboard is updated daily. New York State Department of Health requires all New York State vaccinating facilities to report all COVID-19 vaccination administration data within 24 hours of administration to state and city immunization system(s). Doses received is updated on a weekly basis.

 

Where can I find more information about New York’s COVID-19 vaccination effort?

Get information on New York State’s vaccine distribution plan and phases.

For other information on New York State's COVID-19 vaccination effort read our full list of frequently asked questions.

 

Who can get the vaccine now, and when will I be able to?

The Federal Government determines how much vaccine New York State receives. The Federal Government has only given New York approximately 200,000- 300,000 vaccines/week for over 7 million people who are currently eligible – as a result supply is very limited.

Vaccines are available at pharmacies, hospitals, mass vaccination sites operated by New York State, local health departments, and other providers statewide – please contact your provider of choice to schedule your vaccine appointment.

Eligible New Yorkers can receive a vaccination through a network of State-run sites distributing vaccine statewide – to determine eligibility and schedule appointments at New York State-run vaccination sites only, use the Am I Eligible app. Eligible New Yorkers can also make an appointment at a New York State operated vaccine site at ny.gov/vaccine or through the New York State COVID-19 Vaccination Hotline from 7am - 10pm, 7 days a week at 1-833-NYS-4-VAX (1-833-697-4829).

Due to limited supply of the COVID vaccine from the federal government, it could take up to 14 weeks or longer for eligible New Yorkers to schedule their vaccine shot.

 

What explains any differences in number of doses allocated on NYS dashboard compared to the CDC website?

The CDC website includes a total number of doses reserved for New York State to date, inclusive of doses scheduled for shipment to New York State for the current week or subsequent weeks. New York State’s Vaccine Tracker includes all weekly dose allocations fully received by New York State providers. As weekly dose allocations arrive throughout the week, the allocation numbers on NYS’ dashboard will update weekly with the number of doses received by New York State providers over the past week.

 

Why are there differences in the number of people with at least one vaccine dose and the number of first doses administered by region?

Data on New York’s vaccination progress to date shows all vaccinated individuals according to their county of residence. Residency is self-reported by the individual being vaccinated.

Data on first dose administrations by region reflect doses administered by NY 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.

 

 

Vaccine Metrics

Dose administration definitions:

  • 1 “dose” = 1 vaccine shot
  • “First doses” are all doses that do not complete a vaccine series
  • “Second doses” are doses that complete a 2-dose vaccination series

Doses Received is based on the amount of doses that the federal government has allocated and delivered to New York State providers, including those reserved for the federal Long Term Care Facility Program.

Reporting All reporting organizations have 24 hours from time of vaccination to report into state and city immunization system(s).

% of population with at least one vaccine dose represents the percent of New Yorkers who have received at least one dose of any COVID-19 vaccine.

% of population with completed vaccine series represents the percent of New Yorkers who have completed the recommend series of a given COVID-19 vaccine product (e.g. 2 doses of the 2-dose Pfizer or Moderna vaccine)