Local data provided by Sonoma County showing the number of active cases in the county.
COVID-19 Cases by Vaccine Status
With most Sonoma County residents vaccinated, the impact of the pandemic is being felt more strongly among those who haven't been vaccinated. The county has begun releasing daily infections broken down into vaccinated and unvaccinated patients and the majority of the cases are being reported in unvaccinated people.The first graph shows the raw number of cases reported each day while the second shows the percentage of the population that's been vaccinated over time
The last graph combines the two previous graphs, scaling the number of daily infections to show the infection rate by population size. This shows the proportional risk of infection in each group.
One measure of progress is the number of new cases of COVID-19. Unchecked, infections will increase exponentially in the community with the number of newly diagnosed cases being larger each day. As social distancing and other containment measures begin to show results, the number of new cases will flatten out and eventually decline.
Vaccinating Sonoma County
Coronavirus vaccines are now being distributed in Sonoma County. Vaccines, many of which are administered in two doses, are being given according to the county's distribution plan, with healthcare workers and first responders being inoculated first, followed by vulnerable populations. For more information, see the county's timeline
here. Below is a look at the county’s current progress on vaccinations.
These numbers are updated daily from the state tracking system.
Tracking Vaccine Distribution
Sonoma County releases information on vaccine distribution including by location, age, gender and race.
These numbers are updated daily
Vaccinations by ZIP Code
Click on each ZIP Code for more information
This chart shows the growth of COVID-19 cases in Sonoma County, starting with the first reported case in early March. Hover your cursor over any part of the graph for more information about that date or grouping.
These charts show data from other parts of the country and world for comparison of rates of infection and recovery (Note: state data does not currently include recovered counts)
This map shows the number of new cases in each county in the United States. Hover over a county for more details. You can zoom in and out using the '+' and '-' buttons at the right and can drag the zoomed map with your cursor.
This map shows the number of infections for each country around the world. Hover over a country for more details. You can zoom in and out using the '+' and '-' buttons at the right and drag the zoomed map with your cursor. Note: This shows total infections per country so more populous nations are going to show higher numbers for the same level of infection.