Coronavirus Testing

Pre-registration for Public Testing

It’s best to get testing through your provider, but if you need to use public testing, you can save time in line by visiting to create a profile from your smartphone, tablet, or computer.

Vaccination Data


COVID-19 vaccines are safe and shown to be over 90% effective. The first COVID-19 vaccines authorized for use in the United States are messenger RNA, or mRNA, vaccines, a technology which has been studied for more than a decade. The District is using the COVID-19 Vaccination Plan to distribute available vaccines to priority populations and the general population over several months. The more people who accept a COVID-19 vaccine when it is their turn, the more quickly and effectively we can contain COVID-19 and continue to ReOpen DC.

These data outline the distribution and administration of vaccines to people who live and work in the District, help us understand how well the plan is working, and guide decision-making for next steps. For more information about COVID-19 vaccine safety, please see the CDC website. See the Data Guide for more information on the data presented here.

Summary Data Points

The data below provide cumulative information about vaccine appointments and doses.

Vaccination Data (as of 2/13/21)





Doses Delivered



Doses Administered




Additional Doses Expected for the Week



Data Definitions
Doses Delivered: The number of First Dose COVID-19 Vaccine physically received by healthcare providers in the District of Columbia as of 6:00a on the Wednesday before.
Doses Administered: The number of First Dose COVID-19 Vaccine administrations reported to the District of Columbia Immunization Information System (DOCIIS) as of the Saturday before.

Doses Administered

The data below provide information on how many COVID-19 vaccine doses were given to residents and non-residents in DC. COVID-19 vaccine information is included by Ward for all DC residents as well as for those who 65 years and older.