Equitable Vaccine Mapping
This map features census tracks shaded by social vulnerability index, or SVI. Darker colors indicate tracts with higher SVI. Use the map to identify areas of interest, then copy the FIPS code from the popup and paste it into the search bar in the dashboard below to find demographic details, potential clinic host sites, and more. Additional definitions of all map layers are below.
- Vaccine Administration Locations - Current locations administering COVID-19 vaccines to the public
- Potential Locations - A list of locations identified as spaces that could meet the logistical needs of a popup clinic including 2020 polling locations, faith spaces, community centers, and libraries. Note that these organizations did not opt-in to this list and have not identified their ability or willingness to participate in or host clinics.
- CMHA Facilities - Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority multi-unit buildings
- SVI: Overall - CDC Social Vulnerability Index, 2018. Darker shaded areas indicate higher SVI, and lighter areas indicate lower SVI. Learn more about the CDC Social Vulnerability Index here, including the demographic metrics that inform the index.
- SVI: Socioeconomic Theme - The social vulnerability index relating only to socioeconomic factors
- SVI: Household Composition Disability Theme - The social vulnerability index relating only to household composition factors
- SVI: Minority and Language Theme - The social vulnerability index relating only to minority status and English-language speaking indicators
- SVI: Housing and Transportation Theme - The social vulnerability index relating only to housing and transportation factors
- Layers of Minor Population by Age Groups - Size of circle correlates with size of the population under 18 years old. Color of the circle indicates the percentage of the total population under 18 years that is within the specified age group where darker colors indicate a higher percentage. For example, when viewing the "Population Under 5 Years" layer, a large dark circle indicates a large population under 18 years old with a high percentage of that population being under 5 years. A small dark circle indicates a smaller population under 18 years, but a high percentage of those children are under 5 years.