San Diego County reports 375 COVID-19 cases, 7 deaths
The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency reported 375 new COVID-19 infections and seven deaths in its latest data.
Wednesday's data increases the county's cumulative totals to 745,684 cases and 5,133 deaths.
The number of COVID-positive patients in San Diego County hospitals decreased to 219, down two from Tuesday, according to the latest state data.
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The number of those patients in intensive care decreased by five to 42. Available ICU beds decreased by 15 to 223.
A total of 1,193,449 — or 55.3% — of San Diego County residents who are fully vaccinated have received a booster shot, according to the agency.
More than 2.94 million — or 93.4% — of San Diego County residents age 5 and older are at least partially vaccinated and more than 2.58 million, or 82.1%, are fully vaccinated.
The percentage of COVID-19 tests that returned positive in the past week decreased to 2.7%, down from 3% Friday. The county reports that data on Tuesdays and Fridays. An average of 12,333 tests were reported daily in the past week.