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San Diego County reports 334 COVID-19 cases, one death

Jacob Aere
A Spanish COVID-19 vaccination information sheet lays on a table, March 25, 2022.

The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency reported 334 new COVID-19 infections and one death on Friday, marking 1,962 new cases and 15 deaths in the past week.

The county's cumulative totals increased to 754,544 infections and 5,230 deaths with Friday's data.

The county's COVID-19 hospitalizations have decreased by four to 105, according to the latest state data.


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The number of those patients in intensive care remained steady at 21 as of Friday, while available ICU beds increased by 21 to 252.

In San Diego County, 94.2% of residents eligible — age 5 and older — have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. A total of 82.7% of those eligible — or 2,603,408 — are fully vaccinated and 55.9% from a smaller eligibility group — 1,229,500 — have received boosters.