Here is todays COVID-19 update from the County Health and Human Being Services Company with information through April 11.
Practically 2.23 million COVID-19 vaccine dosages have been provided to the region, and about 2.1 million have been logged as administered. This number consists of both County homeowners and those who work in San Diego County.
Of those vaccinated to date, nearly 720,000 County citizens, or 26.8% of San Diegans 16 and older, are totally immunized.
In general, almost 1.2 million County homeowners have gotten a minimum of one shot of the two-dose vaccine. Thats 44% of those qualified.
Those getting the one-dose Johnson & & Johnson vaccine are being included to the overall of fully immunized San Diegans.
The distinction between doses provided and those utilized in a vaccination represents roughly what is expected to be administered in the next seven dosages and days still to be gone into in the record system.
More details about vaccine circulation can be found on the Countys vaccination control panel. For information on groups currently qualified and vaccination opportunities, visit www.vaccinationsuperstation.com.
San Diego Countys state-calculated, adjusted case rate is presently 5.8 cases per 100,000 residents (as of April 6) and the area remains in Orange Tier or Tier 3.
Presently, the testing positivity percentage is 2.3%, positioning the County in Tier 3 or the Orange Tier.
The Countys health equity metric, which takes a look at the screening positivity for locations with the most affordable healthy conditions, is 2.6% and is likewise in the Orange Tier or Tier 3.
All 3 metrics position the County in the Orange Tier or Tier 3 for activities.
The California Department of Public Health evaluates counties on a weekly basis. The next report is scheduled for Tuesday, April 13.
Community Setting Outbreaks:
One brand-new community break out was confirmed April 11 in a restaurant setting.
One new community outbreak was confirmed April 10 in a daycare/preschool/childcare setting.
One brand-new community break out was validated April 9 in a government setting.
In the past 7 days (April 5 through April 11), 17 neighborhood break outs were confirmed.
The number of community break outs stays above the trigger of 7 or more in seven days.
A neighborhood setting break out is specified as three or more COVID-19 cases in a setting and in individuals of various households over the previous 14 days.
7,367 tests were reported to the County on April 11, and the portion of brand-new positive cases was 2%.
The 14-day rolling average percentage of favorable cases is 2%. Target is less than 8.0%.
The 7-day, day-to-day average of tests is 12,344.
Cases, Hospitalizations and ICU Admissions:
144 COVID-19 cases were reported to the County on April 11. The areas total is now 273,430.
14,995 or 5.5% of all cases have needed hospitalization.
1,664 or 0.6% of all cases and 11.1% of hospitalized cases needed to be confessed to an intensive care system.
No brand-new COVID-19 deaths were reported April 11. The regions overall is 3,621. Two previously reported deaths were identified to not be San Diego County homeowners and were gotten rid of from the list.
9 brand-new COVID-19 deaths were reported April 10.
5 males and 4 women passed away in between Jan. 28 and April 9.
Of individuals who died, 4 were 80 years of age or older, 2 remained in their 70s, one remained in their 60s and 2 were in their 50s.
Eight had hidden medical conditions and one did not.
14 brand-new COVID-19 deaths were reported April 9.
12 men and two women died between Jan. 1 and April 8.
Of the individuals who died, 7 were 80 years of age or older, 2 were in their 70s, 2 in their 60s, 2 were in their 50s and one was in their 30s.
12 had underlying medical conditions and 2 had case history pending.
The more detailed information summaries found on the Countys coronavirus-sd. com website are updated around 5 p.m. daily