Regional Data

Recently, 5-11 year olds became eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The data below summarizes COVID-19 vaccination progress to date across the nine-county Finger Lakes Region. These maps and charts show the first dose and overall vaccination rates among eligible residents (5 or older) broken down by county, gender, age group, and vaccine type. Use the provided menu filters to adjust the displayed data or hover over a value to display additional context and details. Please note that, due to the inclusion of a newly eligible age group, the vaccination coverage percentages shown will be lower than historic totals.

To learn more about the source of this data, see our Frequently Asked Questions.

Finger Lakes Weekly COVID-19 Vaccine Rates

The visualization below summarizes weekly vaccine distribution progress among residents 12 years of age or older, for counties in the New York Finger Lakes region. The figures for each week convey the number of newly added people and percentage of the eligible population having received "At Least One Dose" or a "Complete Series" of COVID vaccine. Please use the header menus to select a county and time range of interest and/or hover on the plot to reveal added context and detail.

Finger Lakes Region COVID-19 Vaccination by Race and Ethnicity

This table shows the percentage of people who have received COVID-19 vaccination that identify as a particular race and ethnicity, for all vaccinated residents across the nine-county Finger Lakes Region.

A high percentage of individuals did not answer the race or ethnicity questions. So comparisons cannot be drawn between the percentage of vaccinated individuals in any race or ethnicity group to the percentage of that group in the population.

For example, the percentage of vaccinated Latino individuals is 4.3% of the total vaccinated population. The percentage of Latino individuals in Finger Lakes Region is 7.3% of the population. One might assume from this that Latino individuals are less likely to be vaccinated than white, non-Latino individuals. However, 10.5% of individuals did not answer the ethnicity question. If the majority of those who did not answer are Latino, then the percentage of vaccinated Latino individuals could be higher, rather than lower, than their percentage in the population.

We also know that age distribution differs among races and ethnicities. This impacts vaccination rates since an older population (such as Whites) have been eligible for a longer period of time and are more likely to have been vaccinated. Again, this does not allow us to reliably compare percentages in any race category of vaccinated individuals to their percentage in the general population.

To learn more about the source of this data, see our Frequently Asked Questions.

Finger Lakes Region Zip Code-Level COVID-19 Vaccination Data

Source: NYSIIS vaccine administration data. Data may differ from NYS summary figures due to different geographic bounds and inclusion criteria.

Use filters or click elements to drill-down on a specific area; hover on a ZIP for added map detail. Counts for small cells have been adjusted to limit identifiability.

New! Data from RocHealthData.

Our partners at RocHealthData have added vaccination rates by census tract for the City of Rochester.

A new page on the site that highlights the number of persons and percent of the population with at least one dose of vaccine. An interactive map contains other census-tract level data, including the Social Vulnerability Index.

Individuals with Missed Second Doses

These are individuals who received a first dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine and did not receive a second dose for more than 6 weeks.

Overall, across the FL Region, 14,629 individuals, as of 4/22/2021, have not received their second dose for more than 6 weeks.

This is 3% of all people with at least one dose (and not J&J). This is a significantly lower rate of missed second doses, compared to the national average, as reported by the CDC (published in the NYTimes), of 8%.

The breakdown by age sex, race, ethnicity, county and age groups is below.

The major differences are within counties and age groups. Genesee and Yates have slightly higher rates of incomplete second doses, compared to other counties. Older age is highly correlated with missed second doses, with 65-74, 75-84 and 85+ age groups missing at 4.1%, 4.9%, and 7.0% rates of second doses, respectively. However, we are not able to account for death or out-of-area moves/vaccinations.

Category People with First Dose but No Second in 6 weeks % in Category with Incomplete Second Dose
Overall 14,629 3.0%
UNK 203 3.4%
F 8,643 3.2%
M 5,792 2.7%
Asian 173 1.3%
Black 589 2.4%
Native American 27 3.2%
Other 1,063 7.2%
Pacific Islander 12 2.4%
Unknown 3,185 5.6%
White 9,580 2.6%
Hispanic 459 2.4%
Non-Hispanic 11,576 2.8%
Unknown 2,594 4.9%
Genesee 837 4.2%
Livingston 734 3.3%
Monroe 8,831 2.8%
Ontario 1,768 3.6%
Orleans 433 3.7%
Seneca 345 3.1%
Wayne 870 2.8%
Wyoming 421 3.5%
Yates 390 4.5%
Age Group
UNK 13 4.2%
16-24 593 1.4%
25-34 1,531 2.8%
35-44 1,665 2.8%
45-54 1,573 2.3%
55-64 1,789 1.8%
65-74 3,779 4.9%
75-84 2,347 4.9%
85+ 1,339 7.0%

New York State COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker

Check regional progress on vaccinations with New York State's COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker to report the number of first and second dose vaccinations distributed and administered across the state. This dashboard also includes data on race and ethnicity by region, as well as data from the Federal Long-Term Care Facility Program, which is vaccinating residents and staff at long-term care facilities across the state. The information is updated daily.

Visit the COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker

Frequently Asked Questions

The dashboard uses data from the New York State Immunization Information System (NYSIIS) that is refined by the Rochester RHIO and the Finger Lakes COVID-19 Vaccine Hub.

Data in the dashboard and in the table of weekly allocations are updated weekly.

The Finger Lakes COVID-19 Vaccine Hub dashboard uses data from the New York State Immunization Information System (NYSIIS) that has been "cleaned" by the Rochester Regional Health Information Organization(RHIO) and the Finger Lakes COVID-19 Vaccine Hub. In other words, the Vaccine Hub and the RHIO analyzed the data, and removed or corrected incorrect, corrupted, duplicate and incomplete data, to produce an accurate picture of the local vaccination effort.

In addition, the Hub tracker bases figures on the eligible population aged 16 and older.

The New York State COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker bases its figures on the total population –not the eligible population. It uses NYSIIS data that has not been refined by the Hub and the RHIO.