SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – San Francisco reached a new milestone for daily COVID-19 vaccination on Friday.

Mayor London Breed said the city and county administered 14,000 vaccines that day after receiving an average of 11,000 doses per day.

According to the San Francisco COVID-19 Response Dashboard, 29% of the San Francisco population will be fully vaccinated by Sunday.

We originally had the ambitious goal of getting 10,000 vaccines a day in San Francisco.

We now take an average of 11,000 recordings a day.

On Friday we set a new record – 14,000 recordings in a single day!

– London Breed (@LondonBreed) April 5, 2021 The age group leading the latest COVID surge

A person is not fully protected until two weeks after receiving the second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, or two weeks after the single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

Local officials estimate that nearly 770,000 San Franciscans received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, which is roughly 49% of the population (excluding those under the age of 16 who are ineligible).

Residents can get a free COVID-19 vaccine either from government agencies or through providers like CVS, Rite Aid, and Walgreens.

By April 15, California expects everyone who is 16 or older to get appointments. Currently, all adults aged 50 or over can be vaccinated, as well as anyone aged 16 or over who has health problems or who work in certain high-risk industries.

Click here to find an appointment in the Bay Area.