This is today’s update of COVID-19 from the county’s Department of Health and Human Services, with information through April 18.
Progress in vaccination:
- More than 2.39 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been shipped to the region, and nearly 2.32 million are recorded as a carrier. This includes both county residents and those who work in San Diego County.
- Of those vaccinated to date, more than 821,000 residents of the district, or 30.6% of San Diegans aged 16 and over, have been fully vaccinated.
- Overall, more than 1.29 million residents of the county received at least one dose of the two doses of the vaccine.That̵7;s 48.1% of those who were eligible.
- The goal is to get the vaccines fully. 75% of San Diego County residents age 16 and older, or 2,017,011 people.To date, 64.1% of the target population have received at least one vaccine and 40.7% have been fully vaccinated.
- People who received a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Which is currently suspended In the county, as recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration have been added to all fully vaccinated San Diegans.
- The difference between delivered and vaccinated doses represents what is expected to be received over the next seven days and what remains to be entered in the record system.
- More information about vaccination can be found in the County’s. Vaccination dashboardFor vaccination opportunities, please visit www.vaccinationsuperstation.com.
- The current San Diego County state-calculated case rate is 6.0 per 100,000 residents (as of April 13).
- The county remains orange, or level 3, under new state recommendations. Recently, the California Department of Health advises that unless there is a downward situation, such as getting a low-rate vaccine, the county will not be able to afford it. It will move to a more stringent level only if hospitalization is significantly increased among at-risk individuals, especially among those receiving both vaccines and tests. Positiveness and adjusted case rates showed an increase in transmission. This is not currently happening in the region.
- Currently, the test positive percentage is 2.5%, with the county on the 3rd level or the orange level.
- The county health equality metric, which considered positive in testing for areas with the lowest health conditions, was 3.0% and was also Orange Tier or Tier 3.
- The CDPH assesses the county on a weekly basis. The next report is scheduled for Tuesday, April 20.
- The new community outbreak was not confirmed as of April 18.
- Five new community outbreaks were confirmed on April 17, one at business locations, one at emergency services, one in faith-based agencies, one at a restaurant / bar and another in a commercial setting. Retail
- Two new community outbreaks were confirmed on April 16 by one in the nursery / preschool / nursery and the other in the faith-based agency.
- In the past seven days (April 12 to April 18), 21 community outbreaks were confirmed.
- The number of outbreaks in the community remained seven or more higher than the trigger point in seven days.
- A community outbreak is defined as three or more COVID-19 cases in one location and in a different household in the past 14 days.
- The 6,982 tests were reported to the county on April 18, and the percentage of new cases who were positive was 2%.
- The 14-day mean percentage of positive patients was 1.8%, target less than 8.0%.
- The average 7-day test per day is 12,877.
Cases of hospitalization and ICU admissions:
- There were 152 COVID-19 cases reported to the county on April 18.The region’s total was 275,112.
- 15,144 or 5.5% of all cases required hospitalization.
- 1,676 or 0.6% of all patients and 11.1% of patients required treatment in the intensive care unit.
- There were no new COVID-19 deaths reported as of April 18, the region’s total was 3,674.
- No additional deaths were reported on April 17.
- Twelve additional deaths were reported as of April 16.
- Those seven deaths occurred in December and five in April. Deaths since December were recently added to the list after a rigorous review of inaccurate or incomplete death certificates, and the patient’s medical records need to be analyzed to determine whether they were deceased from. COVID-19?
- Five women and seven men died between December 10, 2020 and April 14, 2021.
- Among those reported Saturday’s deaths, four were 80 and older, four were 70, two were 60 and two were 50.
- Eleven had congenital disease and had no
A more detailed summary is found in the file. County coronavirus-sd.com website Updates around 5pm every day.