COVID-19 in San Diego County
COVID-19 Data Dashboards
Data through previous Saturday. Updated on Thursdays.
The County of San Diego is working closely with federal and state agencies and the local healthcare community to monitor, test, and vaccinate 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
February 23, 2023 will be the last update to these dashboards. Please subscribe to San Diego County's Respiratory Virus Surveillance Report for continued weekly COVID-19 data reporting. Data and other COVID-19 information also will remain available online at coronavirus-sd.com.
Case Rate Locations
Case Rate and Testing Positivity by Zip
Code and Municipality
As of 3/9/22, the Triggers Dashboard has been retired. The County of San Diego is aligning with California’s SMARTER Plan.
Respiratory Virus Surveillance Report
Respiratory Surveillance Report—Beginning October
2022, the COVID-19 Watch and the Influenza Watch are combined into a single Respiratory Surveillance Report, which will be updated every Thursday.
Evaluating Misinformation—The County of San Diego has declared medical misinformation a public health crisis and has created a space to help you get accurate and reliable information from credible sources. *NEW*
Additional Data on COVID-19 in San Diego County
February 23, 2023 will be the last
update to this report. Please subscribe to San Diego County's
Respiratory Virus Surveillance Report for continued weekly COVID-19
data reporting. Data and other COVID-19 information also will remain
available online at coronavirus-sd.com.
COVID-19 Testing and Cases
As of 2/16/2023, this report is no longer being updated.
Starting 4/13/22, all vaccine related PDF's can be found in the Vaccines Administered tab in COVID-19 Data Dashboards.