San Diego County Sets Testing Record, Reporting 603 New Virus Cases, 9 Deaths – Times of San Diego

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San Diego County healthcare employees perform COVID-19 testing at SDCCU Stadium. Picture by Chris Stone

The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency reported 603 brand-new cases of coronavirus and 9 more deaths Saturday while setting a testing record.

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The previous highest variety of tests was 10,544 on June 18.

Three signs of the pandemic currently go beyond allowable levels. They are the variety of current community outbreaks at 11, the variety of brand-new cases per 100,000 homeowners at 154.5, and the percentage of brand-new cases that are examined within 24 hours at 10%.

Because the very first regional case in March, 554,680 tests have actually been carried out in San Diego County, resulting in 26,701 verified cases and 533 deaths.

Out of a record 16,429 tests reported to the county in the previous day, just 3.8% were positive, and the 14-day rolling average of positive tests fell to 5.8%.

The latest victims of the pandemic disease were 5 males and 4 ladies varying in age from 60 to 93 years. All however among the deceased had underlying medical conditions.

The county reported just one brand-new community outbreak, which took place in a company. A neighborhood outbreak is specified as 3 for more cases in the exact same area not including people of the exact same household.

San Diego County Sets Testing Record, Reporting 603 New Virus Cases, 9 Deaths was last customized: July 25th, 2020 by Chris Jennewein
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