San Diego County Has Received More Than 3M Vaccines To Date
San Diego County public health officials reported 196 new COVID-19 infections and two deaths Friday, as the number of vaccines delivered to the county crossed the 3 million mark.
A total of 3,038,735 doses have now arrived in the county, with 2,759,104 of those administered. The county received 292,950 vaccines this week, 18,000 fewer than the week prior.
A total of 1,477,522 people have received one dose of Pfizer or Moderna — or 73.3% of the county's goal and 54.9% of San Diegans 16 and older — and 1,045,406 people, or 51.8% of that goal and 38.9% of the 16 or older age cohort are fully inoculated with either two doses of Pfizer or Moderna or the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
The goal is to fully vaccinate 75% of San Diego County residents 16 and older, or 2,017,011 people.
Friday's data increase the cumulative totals in the county to 276,156 cases and 3,702 deaths.
A woman in her 20s died April 20 and a man in his 60s died April 28. Both had underlying medical conditions, according to the county's Health and Human Services Agency.
Of 16,897 tests reported Friday, 1% returned positive, keeping the 14- day rolling average of positive tests at 1.5% from Thursday.
Six new community outbreaks were reported Friday — three in college/university settings, one in a restaurant/bar setting, one in a retail setting and one in a TK-12th grade school setting.
In the past seven days, 24 community outbreaks were confirmed. The community outbreaks trigger is seven or more in seven days.