COVID-19 in San Diego County

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.

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As of November 15, 2021, this table is updated on weekdays (Monday-Friday), excluding County holidays. Case data for weekends and holidays will be reported on the next business day.

Table 1. Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Among San Diego County Residents Since February 14, 2020
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Table updated December 1, 2021, with data through November 30, 2021.

New Cases Reported*=622
  Count  % Change from
Previous Report
Cumulative Rate per 100,000
Total Cases 385,396 100% 11,498.2
Age Groups
0-9 years 26,245 6.8% 6,053.8
10-19 years 45,257 11.7% 10,434.7
20-29 years 84,268 21.9% 15,872.3
30-39 years 70,008 18.2% 14,286.9.1
40-49 years 54,259 14.1% 13,594.2
50-59 years 48,579 12.6% 12,011.2
60-69 years 31,670 8.2% 9,306.4
70-79 years 14,774 3.8% 7,390.7
80+ years 10,173 2.6% 8,489.6
Age Unknown 163
Gender
Female 195,392 51.1% 11,758.6
Male 187,246 48.9% 11,079.1
Unknown 2,758
Hospitalizations** 18,599 4.8% +14

Intensive Care***

1,910 0.5% +1
Deaths 4,346 1.1% +6
*This is the actual number of new cases received. Some reported cases may later be removed from the total number of cumulative cases through routine quality assurance processes. The actual number of new cases reported and the change from the previous report may not be the same.
**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.

As of 10/3/2021, new case counts include cases that are presumed reinfections, defined as a positive test more than 90 days after the first positive test for a previous infection or an infection with a different lineage.
Data are preliminary and subject to change.

 

This table is updated Monday-Friday, excluding County holidays.

Table 2. COVID-19 Molecular Tests Conducted in San Diego County^

Table updated December 1, 2021, with data through November 30, 2021.

New Tests Reported=20,172

Average Tests Reported (7 Days) =13,065

Percentage Positive (7 Days)^^= 4.0%

Total Tests Since February 14, 2020 = 7,762,531

^Includes tests conducted for non-residents. Molecular tests refer to PCR or other type of nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT). Some days include a backlog of results from prior dates.

^^This is the number of positive tests divided by the total tests in the last 7 days by date reported. The number of positive tests may be higher than the number of confirmed cases because some individuals may be tested more than once.
Data are preliminary and subject to change

 

COVID-19 Watch Weekly Surveillance Report

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COVID-19 Watch—The San Diego County Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Weekly Surveillance Report is updated every Wednesday. (Data through week ending 11/27/21)

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Additional Data on COVID-19 in San Diego County 

As of July 1, 2021, these reports are updated weekly on Wednesdays unless otherwise indicated.

Updated 12/1/21


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