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Tracking Covid 19

Tracking COVID-19

San Diego County Data

  • 43,619Positive Cases
  • 754Deaths

Data updates daily around 5 p.m. Local data source: San Diego County Health & Human Services Agency.

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Featured Stories

An electronic sign on state Route 56 in Rancho ...

San Diego Could Slide Back To More Coronavirus-Related Restrictions

Sept. 15
By City News Service

The clock is now ticking for San Diego County, as recently released COVID-19 data showed one of the two metrics the state monitors is now flagged as "widespread."

Outdoor dining in Kearney Mesa on July 15, 2020...

County Supervisors Nix Proposal To Fully Open Businesses Amid Pandemic

Sept. 15
By City News Service

Instead, the board voted to meet at 3 p.m. next Tuesday to discuss related issues, including the county's role on a state task force that is focusing on the pandemic.

A sign leading onto San Diego State University ...

SDSU Ramps Up Testing, Makes Tests Mandatory For Students Living On Campus

Sept. 15
By City News Service

The program will begin Wednesday, with around 500 students being tested every day through Saturday, then starting again Monday.

Senate Republican Leader Shannon Grove, left, o...

Sen. Toni Atkins Reflects On 'Most Difficult Year' In The Legislature

Sept. 15
By Alison St John, Marissa Cabrera

The turmoil surrounding COVID-19 touched everything this year, including California's State Legislature. When the Senate and Assembly wrapped up their sessions in August, many closely watched bills failed to get the votes they needed to pass.

The UC San Diego School of Medicine campus is s...

UCSD Researchers Discover Carbohydrate In Lungs That COVID-19 Uses To Infect

Sept. 15
By City News Service

UC San Diego School of Medicine researchers announced Tuesday they have discovered a carbohydrate that the SARS-CoV-2 virus uses to latch onto a cellular molecule in the lungs, which has potential implications for treatment of COVID-19 patients.

A pedestrian in a mask walks by Petco Park in D...

Petco Park To Serve As Neutral MLB Playoff Site

Sept. 15
By City News Service, Jacob Aere

Petco Park will play host to a pair of American League playoff series next month under a schedule announced Tuesday that will culminate with Major League Baseball's first neutral-site World Series, played in Arlington, Texas.

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