The map above shows schools in the Bay Area that reported vaccination numbers for the 2018-2019 school year, the most recent available. To find the measles vaccination rate at a specific school, click the drop down menu to find your school.
The schools that have met the herd immunity standard of 95% are shown in green, and the schools that fall below a measles vaccination rate below 95% are shown in red.
Source: California Department of Public Health
In the San Francisco Bay Area, of the nine Bay Area counties, Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano and Sonoma, 142 schools are below the 95% herd immunity rate for measles. That’s approximately 11 percent of 1,282 schools in the Bay Area for which data was analyzed.
The schools with the lowest kindergarten measles immunization rates for 2018-2019 include 4 in Sonoma County, 2 in Alameda County and 1 each in Marin County, Contra Costa County, San Mateo County and Santa Clara County. The immunization rates for these 10 schools range from 47% up to 67%.
Across the Bay Area, the three school districts that had the highest number of schools below the 95% herd immunity rate were Oakland Unified School District with 16 schools, San Francisco Unified School District with 12 schools and Antioch Unified School District with 6 schools.