Thursday, July 9, 2020

Tracking COVID-19: 46 Total Coronado Cases Since March – Plus San Diego Stats

Statistics from the County of San Diego with data through June 30, 2020.

Editor’s Note:  This article has been updated to show number of Coronado cases is cumulative since March 2020 and that Coronado reported cases are split between Coronado residential zip code (92118) and Navy zip code (92135).  It was previously reported that there have been 47 cases for Coronado, however, San Diego County revised their numbers on June 30, 2020 to show 46.  San Diego County does not provide statistics of hospitalizations, deaths or recoveries by city. 


A total of 46 COVID-19 cases have been reported for people whose city of residence is recorded as Coronado. This number is cumulative since March 2020.  31 of the 46 cases are designated to the 92118 zip code (Coronado residential) and 15 of the 46 cases are designated to the 92135 zip code (Navy).  The County of San Diego combines these zip codes on their data set for “cases by city of residence“.  Future articles will reflect this separation of cases between these two zip codes.

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At this time, San Diego County does not provide statistics of hospitalizations, deaths or recoveries by city.

Additional graphs and information can be found at this link which is updated regularly:

Tracking San Diego COVID-19: Cases / Deaths by City, Age and Gender


Editor’s Note:  This article has been updated to show number of Coronado cases is cumulative since March 2020 and that Coronado reported cases are split between Coronado residential zip code (92118) and Navy zip code (92135).  It was previously reported that there have been 47 cases for Coronado, however, San Diego County revised their numbers on June 30, 2020 to show 46.  San Diego County does not provide statistics of hospitalizations, deaths or recoveries by city. 

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