COVID-19 in San Diego:
Cases & Deaths (Updated Daily)
Thursday, May 28, 2020

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

Christine Van Tuyl

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Christine was born and raised in Texas, but moved to Coronado with her family as a teen in 1993. Although initially horrified by surfers, flannels and skateboards, she ultimately grew to love all things So-Cal. A graduate of UCSD, Christine got her first writing job on the KUSI ten o’clock news while simultaneously juggling a reporter position at the San Diego Community News Group. She worked as a public relations professional, a book editor, real estate professional, and a freelance writer before eventually succumbing to motherhood in 2008.A decade later, Christine resurfaced to start the Island Girl Blog, a Coronado lifestyle blog. In addition, she writes a monthly page for Crown City Magazine. Christine loves hanging out with her husband, Ian, and their two spirited daughters, Holland and Marley, who attend Village Elementary and Coronado Middle School. When she’s not working, you’ll find her practicing yoga, spilling coffee at school drop off, meeting friends for sushi, or sailing the Bay with her family and English Bulldog, Moshi. Have news to share? Send tips, story ideas or letters to the editor to: manager@coronadotimes.com

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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...

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

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

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