Vaccination Data

Line chart showing Percent of first doses administered by race/ethnicity over time in Chicago

Source: Illinois Comprehensive Automated Immunization Registry Exchange (I-CARE). Data reported through 2/11/21. ​
Percentage calculated among those with known race ethnicity.

Reports

Data through 2/13/2021

Race/Ethnicity

Total 1st doses

% of 1st doses

% 1st dose population coverage

Population Coverage (1st dose)

Latinx

46,572

18.1%

(17.5% as of prior week)

6.0%

1 in 17

(1 in 25 prior week)

Black, Non-Latinx

49,368

19.1%

(19.2% as of prior week)

6.4%

1 in 16

(1 in 23 prior week)

White, Non-Latinx

105,299

40.8%

(52.7% as of prior week)

11.7%

1 in 9

(1 in 10 prior week)

Asian, Non-Latinx

17,231

6.7%

(8.8% as of prior week)

9.3%

1 in 11

(1 in 12 prior week)

Other, Non-Latinx

9,162

3.6%

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Unknown

30,345

11.8%

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Chicago

257,977

100%

9.6%

1 in 10


Data represents COVID-19 vaccinations administered to Chicago residents based on home address, as reported by medical providers in Illinois Comprehensive Automated Immunization Registry Exchange (I-CARE). The site of vaccination may not be in the City of Chicago. Individual records missing race-ethnicity underwent matching to IDPH birth, hospital discharge other data sources to ascertain race-ethnicity. All data are provisional and subject to change.

Data Source: Illinois Comprehensive Automated Immunization Registry Exchange (I-CARE), U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey, other IDPH data sources.

Reports


Confirmed cases counted based on earliest specimen collection date. Vaccines administered counted based on date of administration.


Equity Goals
  • 59% of Chicagoans are Black or Latinx*.
  • Yet in the first week of COVID vaccination in Chicago, when vaccine was only available to health care workers and all vaccine eligibility was linked to employment status, only 18% of COVID vaccines went to Black or Latinx Chicagoans*.
  • In the most recent week of COVID vaccination in Chicago, with vaccine available to people 65+ and front-line essential workers, community partners building vaccine confidence and access, and our Protect Chicago equity-driven distribution strategy in place, 50% of COVID vaccines went to Black or Latinx Chicagoans*.
  • We still have a long way to go to achieve equity, but our city’s Protect Chicago initiatives are yielding real improvements.

*Chicago is 30% Black and 29% Latinx

Week One: 10% Latinx; 8% Black, non-Latinx. Most recent week: 26% Latinx; 24% Black, non-Latinx

MAJOR improvements over the past five weeks

Line chart displaying percent of first doses administered by race/ethnicity over time in Chicago.

Chicago demographics

32.9% White, non-Latinx

29.8% Black, non-Latinx

29.0% Latinx

6.7% Asian/PI

Source: Illinois Comprehensive Automated Immunization Registry Exchange (I-CARE). Data reported through 2/11/21. ​
Percentage calculated among those with known race ethnicity.


Chicago COVID-19 Community Vulnerability Index (CCVI)
Chicago CCVI helps identify Chicago communities that have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 and are uniquely vulnerable to barriers to COVID-19 vaccine uptake for focused intervention.

Vaccine acceptability and COVID social impact in Chicago
Findings from Healthy Chicago Survey, 2020

Represents the total federal allocation to jurisdictions, including first and second doses.

The quantity of doses approved through valid orders in VTrckS and transmitted by the US Government to a distributor for fulfillment.

The number of vaccine doses that have been delivered to a provider’s location.

The number of vaccine doses that have been administered and reported into I-CARE.

Includes does jurisdictions have elected to transfer to pharmacies or other jurisdictions.