Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Tracking San Diego COVID-19 Cases

This page is updated regularly. These statistics are from the County of San Diego with data through August 9, 2020.

San Diego County recorded 228 new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases over the period from August 8 to August 9. 32,975 total cases have been confirmed since March, and the county’s total number of deaths from August 8 to August 9 remained at 594.

The cumulative number of cases in Coronado since March is 153; of those, 115 are listed in the 92118 zip code (Coronado residential) and 38 in the 92135 (Navy North Island) zip code.

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The county does not provide detailed hospitalization or death information by city.


The above data is from the County of San Diego statistics. The county updates its data each evening with totals from the previous day. This page will continue to be updated.
*More information may become available as individual case investigations are completed.
**Percentages may add up to greater than 100% due to rounding.
Some San Diego County cases have been travel-related and did not contract COVID-19 in the County.
Data are preliminary and subject to change.
Data Source: WebCMR Communicable Disease Registry

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Editor’s Note 6/26/20:  Coronado data on this page was modified from showing cases and deaths to only showing cases for Coronado. The County of San Diego does not provide details for Coronado beyond positive cases.

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