Coronavirus in San Diego County

The County of San Diego is working closely with federal and state agencies and the local healthcare community to monitor and test for the COVID-19 virus in the region. For information about coronavirus disease nationwide, visit the CDC website.

County of San Diego Coronavirus Disease Dashboards

 

The table below provides information about positive cases of COVID-19 in San Diego County.

***In observance of the holiday, only the positive cases table was updated, complete website data updates will resume on Tuesday, January 19.***.

Positive Cases in San Diego County Since February 14, 2020
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Table updated January 18, 2021, with data through January 17, 2021.

COVID-19 Case Summary San Diego County Residents
  Count  % Change From 
Previous Day
Rate per 100,000
Total Cases 214,337 100% +2,550 6,394.7
Age Groups
0-9 years 11,053 5.2% 2,549.6
10-19 years 23,026 10.8% 5,309.0
20-29 years 47,921 22.4% 9,026.1
30-39 years 38,327 17.9% 7,821.6
40-49 years 30,815 14.4% 7,720.5
50-59 years 29,144 13.6% 7,205.9
60-69 years 18,618 8.7% 5,471.0
70-79 years 8,804 4.1% 4,404.2
80+ years 6,463 3.0% 5,393.5
Age Unknown 166
Gender
Woman 110,257 51.8% 6,635.2
Man 102,746 48.2% 6,079.3
Unknown 1,334
Hospitalizations* 8,174 3.8% +775

Intensive Care**

1,306 0.6% +9
Deaths 2,103 1.0% +0

*Known hospitalizations; information is incomplete for many cases under investigation.

**Known admissions to intensive care; intensive care is a subset of hospitalizations, but percentage is of total cases.

Cases, hospitalizations, and deaths are added to this table as information becomes available; this may not be indicative of when the event occurred.

Data are preliminary and subject to change.

 

Weekly COVID-19 Surveillance Report

COVID-19 Watch—The San Diego County Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Weekly Surveillance Report is updated every Tuesday. (Data through week ending 1/9/21)