The most recent data (December 30) for the city of Rochester show the percent of residents receiving at least one vaccine dose is 56.6%, with 20 of the 79 tracts reaching 65% or higher, and 10 reaching 70% or higher.
The most recent data (November 18) for Monroe County includes children (5 to 11 years old), who are now eligible for the vaccine. There are currently 56 (of 179) census tracts with vaccination rates of at least 70%, five (5) of those are in the City of Rochester.
The City of Rochester rates-per-tract (for those having at least one COVID-19 vaccination) range from 25% to 86%, with an overall rate of 44%. The most recently available data (August 5) also show variability from eastern to western Monroe County.
The continuing effort to provide vaccines closer to where people live is helping increase the rates in many Monroe County census tracts. These county-level data, now available bi-weekly, will continue to inform targeted vaccination locations to ensure access by communities with the highest need.
These vaccination data are made available through the collaborative efforts of the Finger Lakes Vaccine Hub, the Finger Lakes Hub Task Force, the Rochester RHIO, the University of Rochester Medical Center, Common Ground Health, and the RocHealthData team.