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COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019)

Latest Updates

**Updated** If You Are Sick (January 22, 2024)

The updated COVID-19 vaccine is available throughout San Diego County. 

COVID-19

Signs, symptoms, and spread.

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Cases, tests, hospitalizations, and vaccine data.

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Vaccines are safe and effective.

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Information and resources.

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Sectors

Prevention

Protect yourself and others.

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Testing

Confidential and available.

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Sectors

If You Are Sick

Isolation and treatment.

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Specific Settings

Information and resources.

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Educational Materials

Flyers, posters, and additional resources.

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Health Officer Orders

Issued to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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For general questions about COVID-19, resources, or if you are uninsured, call 2-1-1.

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Text COSD COVID19 to 468-311 to get text alert updates.

 

County of San Diego Efforts

Historical Actions

Actions from February 14, 2020, through February 28, 2023

Actions after February 28, 2023

  • COVID-19 Innovative Strategies that will continue include: Rapid Deployment of Testing, Leveraging Live Well San Diego Sector Engagement, Communication, Health Equity, Mass Vaccination, Wastewater Surveillance and Whole Genome Sequencing, Community Health Workers/Promotoras, and Outreach to Long-Term Care Facilities.
  • The County will continue its COVID-19 Test, Trace, Treat (T3) and Vaccinate activities.
  • The COVID-19 Response After Action Report was issued on April 20, 2023, with a focus on response strategy, operational area coordination, public information management, data reporting, community and business support & recovery, and County Continuity of Operations Plans (COOP) & functions. 
    • The report identified numerous strengths in the County's response and included 16 recommendations for improvement.
    • Five of these recommendations support that the County continues actions it was already taking.