Three males of their 60s with underlying medical circumstances died on Might 29 and one man in his 30s with no current medical circumstances died Might 31.
Of 6,305 assessments reported Wednesday, 0.7% returned constructive and the two-week rolling common stays 0.7%.
San Diego County’s newest state-reported COVID-19 numbers dipped low sufficient to set the area on a path to raise some restrictions as quickly as Wednesday — if the numbers stay beneath a sure threshold.
The county stays within the orange tier of the state’s four-tiered, color-coded reopening plan. On Tuesday, the state reported the county’s adjusted case charge was 1.7 new every day circumstances per 100,000 inhabitants — low sufficient to qualify for the yellow tier, the state’s least restrictive. That’s an enchancment from final week’s 2.4 new circumstances per 100,000.
The county’s testing positivity charge is 1.3% and the well being fairness quartile positivity charge — the speed a county’s most susceptible quarter of persons are testing constructive for the virus — is 1.5%, each low sufficient to be within the yellow tier. These charges have dropped from 1.5% and 1.8% from final week.
Nevertheless, to land within the yellow tier subsequent Tuesday, the county would wish to report a median of fewer than two new circumstances per 100,000 for an additional week.
If that had been to occur, lower than per week earlier than the state plans to raise most COVID-19-related limitations on June 15, irrespective of the place the counties fall in these above metrics on the time, a number of companies and venues would have the ability to enhance capability.
Outside music venues can enhance to 67% capability, eating places and gymnasiums may be 50% capability — indoor and out of doors — indoor bars may be 25% or 100 folks, whichever is fewer, and out of doors gatherings can broaden to 200 folks.
A full listing of what’s going to be open ought to the county descend into the yellow tier for that one week may be discovered at www.covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy.
— Metropolis Information Service contributed to this report