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Those groups comprise roughly , San Diegans, he said, with food and agriculture workers accounting for nearly , residents. The head of the California Restaurant Association told KPBS Wednesday this action includes all food workers whether it be a grocery store worker or a server at a restaurant.
During the weekly county COVID briefing, Fletcher said vaccinations for K teachers and school personnel will not be administered through county sites. Birch Aquarium announced this week it will be opening outdoors-only in accordance with coronavirus restrictions. The Aquarium will be open starting Saturday, Feb.
Birch Aquarium has added new animals and activities in addition to discounted ticket prices, according to a statement from the aquarium. Some of these include a new tide pool experience and an outdoor leopard shark exhibit. Nearly 80, COVID vaccine doses shipped to San Diego County have begun arriving, allowing for rescheduling of previously canceled vaccination appointments due to shipment delays.
These vaccines are the doses expected this week and those delayed last week by severe winter storms in the U. Nearly , San Diegans who are fully vaccinated, while For more information on vaccine sites near you, click here. Those eligible can receive assistance for back-rent and utility bills dating from April to March The amount of back-rent covered by the program, however, depends on if the landlord agrees to participate in the program.
Landlords who are owed back-rent can also apply to the program on behalf of their tenants. San Diego Unified San Diego Unified School District has announced it plans to launch hybrid instruction for all grades on April 12th, which would allow students to split their time between virtual and in-person learning. In preparation, the county will start vaccinating district employees next Monday, March 1. Last Friday, Gov. San Diego County Board of Supervisors Chairman Nathan Fletcher released a statement Tuesday morning applauding the district and the teachers union for reaching an agreement on the timeline for hybrid instruction.
San Diego Unified School District has set a targeted dates to get kids back in the classroom. Staff is slated to return the week of April 5th, with all students from all grade levels returning the week of April 12th. This news provides some relief to parents who have had to juggle multiple roles during the pandemic.
While a hybrid schedule is still difficult for many working families, this represents a step in the right direction. I will keep working with and urging the school district officials, teachers and stakeholders to continue making progress toward getting our kids back in the classroom full time. Barrera said the district will survey parents to get a more accurate sense of how many students will be on campus, which will help the district determine the details of hybrid instruction.
San Diego County public health officials Monday reported new infections, increasing the county's total to , since the pandemic began. The death toll decreased by one to 3, due to a reporting error. It was the 11th consecutive day with fewer than 1, new cases. The infections are the fewest reported since early November. Virus-related hospitalizations continue to decline, dropping to patients — of whom are in intensive care units.
It only uses the Moderna vaccine, while other sites use Pfizer or both. Appointments for second doses Friday through Monday were canceled and will be automatically rescheduled, UC San Diego Health officials said. The U. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has advised that people can wait up to 42 days between doses and still achieve maximum immunity.
If a person received a first dose of Pfizer or Moderna, they cannot switch and get the second dose of the other company's vaccine and still achieve effective immunity. San Diego County public health officials reported new infections Monday, increasing the county's total to , since the pandemic began. Scripps Health announced Monday there are about 2, available appointments available over the next three days.
The Sharp HealthCare vaccination super station sites at Chula Vista Center and Grossmont Center are still offering first and second dose appointments with Pfizer vaccine. The massive winter storm gripping much of the nation has slowed supply lines for the vaccines. Moderna produces the bulk of its vaccines in Massachusetts, while Pfizer makes its in Michigan. Sub-freezing temperatures across much of the United States have delayed shipments of the vials around the country. Appointments for second doses on Feb.
Sunday's data increased the number of COVID infections to , since the pandemic began, while the death toll increased to 3, Three community outbreaks were reported Saturday, with 26 reported in the past week and cases associated with those outbreaks.
As of Friday, of the , vaccine doses the county has received, , have been administered, more than 5, are awaiting processing and 67, are yet to be administered. A total of Saturday's data increased the number of COVID infections to , since the pandemic began, while the death toll increased to 3, It was also the ninth consecutive day with cases below 1, and the 12th straight day to fall beneath that metric.
The federal government announced it would attempt to get all delayed COVID vaccines to their designated locations by the end of next week, and San Diego County public health officials said they were ready to administer those doses as soon as they arrive. Wilma Wooten, the county's public health officer, said Friday.
As the delayed doses arrive, we will administer them to everyone who has an appointment and release new time slots. The county's Health and Human Services Agency said residents who were scheduled for their second dose of the vaccine will also be rescheduled.
A judge today cleared the way for youth sporting activities including football and basketball to resume in San Diego County, hours after the state revised its guidelines to allow the activities in counties with relatively low rates of new COVID cases. The state's new standard allows for a resumption of "outdoor high- contact sports" in counties that reach an adjusted daily average of 14 new cases per , residents.
San Diego County currently has a rate of Maas III, who heard arguments Friday afternoon from attorneys representing the state, county and the two student athletes, agreed with the plaintiffs in his written ruling that young athletes were not at greater risk of contracting or transmitting COVID than their professional or collegiate counterparts.
San Diego County rescheduled hundreds of COVID vaccine appointments due to weather-related shortages Thursday as public health officials reported new viral infections and 36 deaths. The massive winter storm gripping much of the nation has frozen supply lines for the vaccines, prompting county officials to reschedule approximately 1, first-dose appointments at its sites on Thursday and Friday. Those affected are being notified they will be rescheduled for next week, according to the county Health and Human Services Agency.
As of Thursday, of the , vaccine doses the county has received, , have been administered, more than 4, are awaiting processing and 77, are yet to be administered. The county has five vaccine super stations and 15 smaller neighborhood distribution sites. Despite the supply chain problems, Fletcher said the county has allocated its vaccines efficiently enough that he believes teachers, food and agriculture workers and law enforcement officers will be able to begin receiving vaccines by as soon as the first week of March.
Appointments can be rescheduled through MyTurn. Weather-related delays of vaccine shipments has also forced the closure of vaccination sites in Orange County and postponed vaccination appointments in Los Angeles County. Bad weather around the U. Nevertheless, the vaccination super station at Petco Park reopened Wednesday morning after being closed due to a delayed Moderna vaccine shipment. But, Fletcher said starting Thursday, the county will pause ongoing vaccination at some locations. The supply chain issues should resolve themselves over the next week to 10 days, Fletcher said.
The total number of cases was reported to be , on Sunday, and the total virus-related death toll rose to 3, Eight community outbreaks were reported Sunday, bringing the total over the past week to There were cases associated with the recent outbreaks.
Hospitalizations were up 27 and patients moved to an ICU unit were up four. Navy's Pacific Fleet. The trio of sailors, who tested positive on Sunday, have not experienced any symptoms, Navy officials said. Those sailors and others closest to them have been isolated in accordance with Navy and CDC guidance. The Theodore Roosevelt and Nimitz Carrier Strike Groups are conducting dual carrier operations in a multi-month deployment, according to the Navy's website.
A Navy spokesman in San Diego did not have information on whether servicemembers on the Theodore Roosevelt have been vaccinated. UC San Diego officials said the super station at Petco Park will be operational again on Wednesday after a missed Moderna vaccine shipment temporarily shut down the site.
The location is operated by UC San Diego Health with support from the county and is usually very busy — delivering 5, vaccinations daily. On Friday, county officials announced the site would be closed for a few days due to lack of supplies, but that shipment is still expected to arrive on Tuesday. Even though the downtown site is closed, the county's other super stations and smaller sites are still taking vaccination appointments.
Monday afternoon the fairgrounds site had first-dose appointments open for majority of this week. The delayed vaccine shipment, now expected on Tuesday, forced some vaccination sites to dramatically slow the pace of inoculations or reschedule appointments altogether. San Diego County coronavirus inoculation sites have received , doses of vaccine and administered , doses, according to the HHSA. Around 4. San Diego County is facing a vaccine shortage because of a delayed Moderna shipment, as public health officials reported new COVID infections and 30 deaths.
The day rolling average of positive tests declined from 6. The total number of cases was reported to be , on Saturday and the death toll rose to 3, Seven community outbreaks were reported Saturday, bringing the total over the past week to The delayed vaccine shipment, expected Tuesday, forced some vaccination sites to dramatically slow the pace of inoculations or reschedule appointments altogether. The county's distribution sites and super station in San Marcos have sufficient supplies to meet second-dose appointments, along with a limited supply of first doses, county officials said.
San Diego County is facing a vaccine shortage owning to a delayed Moderna shipment, as public health officials reported new COVID infections and 24 deaths Friday. A milestone in case numbers was crossed Friday, as the county's cumulative cases crossed the quarter-million mark to , The death toll rose to 2, Gavin Newsom announced Friday the release of an interactive map showing the status of school reopenings across California.
It will show data from not only school districts, but charter and private schools. The California Department of Public Health will be adding other data points to the map such as outbreaks reported. Schools are supposed to input data every two weeks, to provide up-to-date information. Additional data — like student enrollment — is to be collected and displayed, subject to legislative approval. California is expanding the list of people eligible for coronavirus vaccine by another 4 to 6 million people.
State Health Director Dr. Mark Ghaly said Friday that starting March 15 severely disabled people and those with health conditions that put them at high risk can get in line for shots. Among those included are people with certain cancer, heart, lung and kidney conditions, as well as pregnant women, those with Down syndrome, organ transplant recipients and the severely obese.
The shipment is expected now on Tuesday. Due to the delayed arrival, vaccination sites in the county will slow operations and even reschedule appointments. However, second doses will remain priority. The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention has advised that people can wait up to 42 days between doses and still achieve maximum immunity.
Toreros, we need your help. We are initiating temporary directives — effective immediately — for students living on campus. We are also asking students off campus to remain vigilant. Harris III released a video on Twitter announcing temporary directives for students living on-campus. These include:.
San Diego County public health officials reported 1, new COVID infections and 51 fatalities Thursday, breaking a three-day streak of fewer than 1, new cases and bringing the number of cases since the start of the pandemic to just shy of , and the death toll to 2, San Diego County Board of Supervisors Chair Nathan Fletcher noted the increase in new case numbers and deaths but said numbers overall were still trending favorably. In the last two days, people have died of the virus in the county, 83 of whom were senior citizens, according to the HHSA.
Fletcher asked people to be cautious and be aware the virus still remains deadly. Hospitalizations continued to decline, dropping to from on Wednesday. Modeled after UCSD's Return to Learn — an approach to safely resume teaching, learning and research at a university — Safer at School Early Alert system is scaled for individual schools and child care centers without the resources available at a research university. Combined with a responsive testing strategy, the aim is to quickly identify children or staff members who are infected with COVID before an outbreak occurs.
In total, the state has less than 1, identified cases of different variants, Newsom said. Alameda County officials offered few details on their individual, saying they had just started their investigation, while Santa Clara County's health officer said the individual had an extensive international traveling history and quarantined as mandated after returning home.
Scientists and health officials fear the variants could be more contagious, less responsive to treatments and more likely to re-infect people who already had the virus. The percentage of positive tests and hospitalizations continued to decline Wednesday, good indicators the pandemic may finally be on the wane, despite the heavy death toll.
Hospitalizations from the virus dropped below 1, for the first time this year, declining by 29 patients from Tuesday to Intensive care patients rose by one overnight to but remain generally on the decline. There were 43 available, staffed ICU beds in the county as of Wednesday.
San Diego International Airport has invited six companies to test health and safety concepts aimed at improving traveler protection amid the COVID pandemic, officials said Wednesday. The companies in the accelerator program at the airport's Innovation Lab will take part through the summer. The effort will include online workshops, sessions with Airport Authority experts and potentially live testing in the airport as health and safety restrictions permit.
This is an exceptional batch of innovators and we are already extremely impressed with their ideas that have the potential to shape the future airport customer experience. A divided Board of Supervisors Tuesday rejected a proposal to immediately administer COVID vaccinations to all law enforcement personnel, with dissenters citing the limited availability of vaccine doses and the need to finish inoculating health care workers and seniors.
Supervisor Joel Anderson made the proposal, saying it was important to prioritize those in uniform, who are risk every day while out in the field. A law enforcement officer who contracts COVID may not die, but if they're not on duty, it hurts overall public safety and could put residents' lives at risk, Anderson argued. Paramedics, emergency medical technicians and others providing emergency medical services are currently eligible for vaccines, according to the county.
However, law enforcement officers are not included in that group. The new infections followed Monday's numbers — the fewest reported in a single day since Nov. Tuesday's numbers raise the total number of coronavirus infections in the county throughout the pandemic to ,, while the death toll increased to 2, The funds will be available to county residents outside the cities of San Diego and Chula Vista, both of which have separate funding assistance.
Emergency rental assistance funds "will bring needed financial relief to families who are still having a hard time making ends meet as we work our way back from the devastating effects of this pandemic," said board Chairman Nathan Fletcher, who is also a member of the county's COVID subcommittee. Fletcher also praised the Biden administration and Gov. Gavin Newsom "in recognizing there are still struggling families that continue to need our support.
Supervisors had three options on how to handle fund distribution, and chose one that gives the county more say on allocating the money. County staff will develop the grant program, and each supervisor's office will choose the recipients. Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer, who made the proposal along with colleague Joel Anderson, said it was important to support small businesses, who were "asked to sacrifice their livelihoods for the greater good" once the pandemic began.
The county's many mom-and-pop stores "are the backbone of our local communities," she added. To be eligible, small businesses must employee fewer than 20 people, and comply with state and local public health guidelines.
San Diego announced a business loan program Tuesday aimed at helping owners adapt to changing restrictions and protocols during the COVID pandemic. The money can be used to cover expenses such as furniture, safety equipment, website development and digital marketing.
The city's Economic Development Department is issuing the loans with funding provided by the U. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration. The non-forgivable, term loans are intended to help entrepreneurs adapt their business models to operating under pandemic restrictions while retaining or creating jobs.
The city may only make RLF loans that are reasonably expected to be repaid in full. The new infections are the fewest reported in a single day since Nov. Monday's data raises the aggregate coronavirus infections in the county to ,, while the death toll remains at 2, Monday's low numbers do come with some caveats, however.
The day rolling average of positive tests declined over the weekend from 7. The county averages 18, daily tests, according to data provided by the county's Health and Human Services Agency. Ineffective social distancing and the premature release of sailors from quarantine were the primary causes of increased COVID- 19 infection aboard the San Diego-based aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, according to a report released Monday by the Department of Defense.
The findings were featured in a report evaluating the Navy's response to COVID infections on board warships and submarines, and included pointed criticisms of the Roosevelt's leadership team's decisions. The first Roosevelt sailors tested positive last March The ship's outbreak ultimately resulted in more than 1, sailors testing positive for the virus, one of whom died.
According to the report from the DOD's Office of Inspector General, "the USS Theodore Roosevelt leadership did not effectively implement mitigation measures for the majority of the crew," including by allowing social gathering areas to remain open and releasing sailors from shipboard quarantine due to the belief that infection was increasing amid crowded conditions onboard.
The report says the ship's leaders believed "social distancing would be impossible onboard an aircraft carrier" and thus allowed social gathering areas like gyms to remain open. The report also states that urinalysis screenings for illegal substances continued, though "the leadership team should have considered the screenings non-essential during the COVID outbreak.
Gavin Newsom toured the Vaccination Super Station at Petco Park Monday and congratulated San Diego on its work administering doses at the state's first-of-its-kind mass vaccination site, nearly one month after it opened. The governor held his daily COVID update on the infield of Petco Park, during which he said San Diego "inspired others all throughout the state of California" with its vaccination super station, where about one-third of all county residents who have been vaccinated received their doses, according to officials.
Saying he had "deep respect and deep admiration" for county leadership, Newsom said San Diego County is "leading this state, per capita, in the administration and distribution of this vaccine. But Newsom acknowledged a nationwide vaccine scarcity and said distribution needs to be ramped up locally to vaccinate a state of nearly 40 million people. Organizers of the Breeders' Cup World Championships are delaying ticket sales for the November horse racing event until there is more clarity from COVID vaccine progress and event restrictions, it was announced Monday.
Drew Fleming, president and CEO of Breeders' Cup Limited, said it was still his intention to have fans in person at the two-day event, planned for Nov. Rest assured, it is our strong intent to safely host fans at the World Championships," Fleming said. Our continuing partnership with the county and the opening of this new superstation are parts of our overall commitment to establish the San Diego region as an exemplar for vaccine distribution.
The Petco site, which opened Jan. As of Sunday, more than , people had received their first doses of vaccine at the Petco site. After Tuesday's case totals came in at , ending a day streak with more than 1, cases, it appeared the pandemic in San Diego County was ebbing. Sunday's' report pushed the aggregate coronavirus numbers in the county to , cases and 2, deaths from the disease since the pandemic started. There are 42 available, staffed ICU beds in the county.
The county health agency reported 10 new community outbreaks Saturday, bringing the total in the past week to 73, tied to cases. After Tuesday's case totals came in at , ending a day streak with more than 1, cases, it appeared the pandemic was ebbing. Saturday's report pushed the aggregate coronavirus numbers in the county to , cases and 2, deaths from the disease since the pandemic started.
The HHSA reported 1, patients with COVID in county hospitals, of whom were in intensive care units, a decrease of nearly hospitalized people from two weeks ago and fewer than the record 1, patients set Jan. The county health agency reported 10 new community outbreaks Friday, bringing the total in the past week to 73, tied to cases.
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