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SF Might Run Out of COVID Vaccines by Thursday

City health department has already allocated its 31,655 vaccine doses and is waiting for more.
By - posted 1/20/2021 No Comment

San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced this week that the city’s health department is on track to run out of vaccines by Thursday, January 21.

The city reports that it as of Tuesday it had received 31,665 does and had administered 15,545 (including 12,920 first first doses and 2,625 who have received two doses.)

The remining doses have already been earmarked for those who are scheduled to receive either a first or second dose.

San Francisco’s New Vaccine Data Dashboard – updated 1/8/21

These numbers only relate to the city’s health department and do not account for vaccines that have been shipped to hospital systems such as Sutter Health, Kaiser and Dignity Health. The total number of doses delivered to the entire San Francisco health system (including the city and those other hospital systems) is 102,825 doses.

According to SF Gate, the city is in charge of administering vaccines to workers at SF General Hospital, EMTs and other frontline workers as well as those 65 and over within the SF Health Network which primarily serves patients without insurance.