COVID-19 in San Diego:
Cases & Deaths (Updated Daily)
Monday, June 1, 2020

COVID-19 in San Diego: Cases & Deaths (Updated Daily)

Coronado Beaches are Officially Closed Due to Coronavirus

Starting at midnight tonight, Coronado beaches will be closed to help reduce the spread of the Coronavirus. Coronado was the last remaining city in San Diego County to close its beaches.

- Advertisement -

Earlier this week, the City Council met and voted 3-2 to leave the beaches open M-F, but close them on the weekends.

Coronado’s Mayor Richard Bailey shared this on social media:

Mayor Richard Bailey

- Advertisement -

Coronado Beaches are closed for the duration of the public health emergency effective tonight at midnight.

The orders from the state of California and County of San Diego recognize the importance of maintaining physical and mental health. These orders allow all residents to walk, run, and enjoy fresh air while following social distancing guidelines.

For nearly the past two weeks the Coronado beach has been shutdown to all activities with the exception of walking, running, and exercising.

Although the vast majority of residents were adhering to social distancing guidelines, in anticipation of further activity restrictions by the state of California and County of San Diego, and in an effort to reduce potential exposure to our public safety personnel as well as the community at large, the Coronado beaches will be closed tonight at midnight.

As long as we share in the responsibility to treat one another with kindness and respect, which have been hallmarks of our community, we can get through this difficult time together.

One day at a time, Coronado

The City of Coronado shared this information:

Coronado’s beach will be closed due to the coronavirus spread effective at midnight tonight, April 3. Staff will post the beach access points with closure signs. The public may not enter the public beach until further notice.

Though many residents were complying with social distancing, the City wants to discourage people from coming to Coronado, creating greater opportunities for the spread of the coronavirus.



Do You Value The Coronado Times?
Become a Paid Supporter

Coronado Times
Have news to share? Send tips, story ideas or letters to the editor to:


Salute to our Veterans and Local Citizens

Submitted by Norman HuffAs a Salute to our veterans on Memorial Day Weekend, I have rounded up some personal history and accomplishments of local...

Torn About What to do When Witnessing Homophobic Actions

Submitted by Charlotte HobbsFifteen months ago, we moved from a city in the southern United States to Coronado. Our three children, now all in...

Skill Saws, Weed Whips, Mowers and Blowers

Submitted by Charles BatschI remember the first time I came to this town. It was 1960 and I was only five years old. When...

Who Jumped Friday, and Why Was It My Family’s Fate to Witness Such a Horrific End of Life?

Submitted by Sheri J. SachsThe San Diego Bay, with its iconic Coronado Bay Bridge, is a treasure for those who are granted the opportunity...


Coronado Bridge Closed Due to Protesters (Video / Photos)

6/1/20 4:00am Update: Bridge remains closed in both directions.5/31/20 5:45pm Update: City of Coronado issues directive in lieu of a formal curfew. Asks community...

60 Minutes to Feature Tijuana River’s Toxic Waste Flow Across Border to U.S.

On Sunday, May 31, the television broadcast show 60 Minutes will report on the raw sewage that regularly flows through the Tijuana River Valley...

Sitting and Sunbathing at Beach Beginning Tuesday, June 2

The County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency announced today that beginning on Tuesday, June 2, people will be allowed to sit...

Clayton’s is Back and Ready to Expand – Will Takeover H&R Block Space

There’s good news on the horizon for everyone with a sweet tooth who enjoys home baked pastries and treats. Clayton’s Bakery & Bistro is...

Places of Worship, Hair Salons and Barbershops Can Open with Modifications

On Tuesday, May 26, the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency announced that houses of worship, hair salons and barbershops can...