COVID-19 in San Diego:
Cases & Deaths (Updated Daily)
Tuesday, June 2, 2020

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

Jennifer Velez

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Jennifer fell in love with Coronado as a teenager while visiting a college friend. She vowed that someday she would make it her home, and that dream has recently become a reality. Fast forward through completing college with a BA in Journalism, Public Relations and Communications, she then went on to work with a variety of clients. She also taught Journalism and coordinated fundraising for her children’s school, and was a staff writer for San Diego Family Magazine and contributed to other parenting publications. 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

Black Lives Matter – What Coronado Residents Can Do to Help

Submitted by Khara HarknessI am part of the 75% of white people that occupy Coronado.Coronado is currently at a complete stop. COVID19 is rapidly spreading across the world causing...

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...

NEW STORIES

Update: The Coronado Bridge is Now Open in Both Directions

6/1/20 Update at 10pm: The bridge is now closed in both directions for an unknown duration.6/1/20 Update at 5:55pm:  The bridge is now closed...

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