Here is today’s update of COVID-19 from the District Agency for Health and Humanitarian Services with data until April 11.
- Almost 2.23 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been delivered in the region and about 2.1 million have been registered as administered. This number includes both County residents and those working in San Diego County.
- Of the nearly 720,000 people in the county who have been vaccinated to date, or 26.8 percent in San Diego aged 16 and over, are fully immunized.
- In all, nearly 1.2 million people in the county received at least one shot from the two-dose vaccine. This is 44% of those who meet the conditions.
- Those receiving the Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine are added to the total number of fully vaccinated San Diegans.
- The difference between the doses delivered and those used in vaccination is approximately what is expected to be administered over the next seven days and the doses that have yet to be entered into the recording system.
- More information on vaccine distribution can be found on the county dashboard. For details on currently eligible groups and vaccination options, visit www.vaccinationsuperstation.com.
- The currently calculated, adjusted percentage of San Diego County cases is 5.8 cases per 1
- Currently, the test positive rate is 2.3%, setting the district at level 3 or orange.
- The county health equity indicator, which looks at the test positive for areas with the lowest health conditions, is 2.6% and is also in Orange Tier or Tier 3.
- All three indicators place the county in Orange Tier or Tier 3 for activities.
- The California Department of Public Health evaluates counties on a weekly basis. The next report is scheduled for Tuesday, April 13.
Outbreaks in the community:
- A new community outbreak was confirmed on April 11 at a restaurant.
- A new community outbreak was confirmed on April 10 in kindergartens / preschools / kindergartens.
- A new community outbreak was confirmed on April 9 in a government setting.
- In the last seven days (April 5 to April 11), 17 community outbreaks were confirmed.
- The number of community outbreaks remains above the trigger of seven or more in seven days.
- The outbreak in the community is defined as three or more cases of COVID-19 in the setting and in people from different households in the last 14 days.
- On April 11, 7,367 tests were reported in the county, and the percentage of new positive cases was 2%.
- The 14-day moving average rate of positive cases is 2%. The target is less than 8.0%.
- The seven-day average daily value of the tests is 12,344.
Cases, hospitalizations and admission to the intensive care unit:
- On April 11, 144 cases of COVID-19 were reported in the county. The total region is now 273,430.
- 14,995 or 5.5% of all cases required hospitalization.
- 1,664 or 0.6% of all cases and 11.1% of hospitalized cases had to be admitted to the intensive care unit.
- No new deaths were reported from COVID-19 on April 11. The region totals 3,621. Two previously reported deaths were identified as non-San Diego County residents and were removed from the list.
- Nine new deaths from COVID-19 were reported on April 10.
- Five men and four women died between January 28th and April 9th.
- Of the deceased, four were 80 or older, two were 70, one was 60 and two were 50.
- Eight had major medical conditions and one did not.
- 14 new deaths from COVID-19 were reported on April 9.
- Twelve men and two women died between January 1 and April 8.
- Of the deceased, seven were 80 or older, two were 70, two were 60, two were 50 and one was 30.
- 12 had major medical conditions and two had an upcoming medical history.
The more detailed summaries of the data found in County website coronavirus-sd.com are updated around 17:00 every day.