Friday, August 7, 2020

Tracking COVID-19: 79 Total Coronado Cases Since March – Plus San Diego Stats

Statistics from the County of San Diego with data through July 12, 2020.

This article was update on July 14 at 6:30pm with a PDF of county deaths by zip code.

The 79 Coronado cases are cumulative since March 2020 and these reported cases are split between Coronado residential zip code (92118) and Navy zip code (92135). The number is up from 63 one week ago. San Diego County does not provide statistics of hospitalizations, deaths or recoveries by city, only cases. However, last week The Coronado Times received this PDF from the County showing at least one Coronado resident death has occurred. At publication time we did not have new information.  * Editor’s Note: On July 14, the county provided The Coronado Times with an updated PDF of deaths by zipcode. The 92118 zip code of residence remains at between 1 and 5 deaths.

56 Cumulative Cases in 92118 (Coronado Residential):

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56 cumulative cases that have been confirmed in Coronado based on zip code 92118 as of July 12, 2020.

23 Cumulative Cases in 92135 (Coronado Naval Air Station North Island):

23 cumulative of cases that have been confirmed in Coronado based on zip code 92135 as of July 12, 2020.

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

Tracking San Diego COVID-19 Cases

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