COVID-19 Information

In March 2021, Jail Health Services (JHS), a section of the Department of Public Health, began offering COVID-19 vaccinations to people in custody under the City's expanded eligibility guidelines. 

COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective at preventing COVID-19 disease especially severe illness and death. COVID-19 vaccines reduce the risk of people spreading the virus that causes COVID-19. 

In this page:
SFSO COVID-19 data & information
Sheriff Miyamoto gets the COVID-19 vaccine

Daily COVID-19 report*: 5/24/2024 

County Jail #1: 0

County Jail #2: 0

County Jail #3: 1

Number of COVID-19 cases last month: 11

Number of confirmed cases in jail with active COVID-19: 1

Vaccination information

If you're a San Francisco resident, over 12 years of age and want to be vaccinated, click here to find a vaccination site or vaccine event in the City and book your appointment.

You may also contact your healthcare provider to learn if you're eligible and to schedule a vaccine:

Check your local pharmacy for appointments

  • Walgreen's
  • Safeway
  • CVS
  • Call 800-746-7287 to make an appointment if you can’t use the CVS website.
AS Carter on why she got vaccinated against COVID-19
Vaccine facts

Vaccine Facts Sheet

Vaccine Fact Sheet Page 2

Get free at-home COVID-19 tests

The Federal Government has ordered 1 billion at-home, rapid test kits for distribution. Four free test kits can be sent to each address in the U.S. via USPS. You can request them online at www.COVIDTests.gov.  You SHOULD NOT be required to provide any credit card information when ordering online.