Evening COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics Arrive in North, East and South County

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Evening COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics Arrive in North, East and South County


Starting Thursday, May 6, three COVID-19 vaccination sites in North, East and South County will begin offering evening hours for San Diegans.

The three clinics will administer the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to people with and without an appointment. People are encouraged to show up, whether it is for a first dose or a second dose following a dose received elsewhere.

The sites will offer doses from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. in:

Oceanside
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North Coastal Live Well Health Center
1701 avenue Mission

Chula Vista
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South Region Living Wellness Center in Chula Vista
690 Oxford Street

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Eastern Public Health Center
367 avenue North Magnolia

“With 1.5 million San Diegan having now received at least one dose of vaccine, and with more widespread vaccination sites, we are able to improve convenience,” said Wilma Wooten, MD, MPH, head of county public health. “By offering evening hours, the county is giving the public even more options to help us build collective immunity and get back to the things we love.”

Anyone 16 and older who lives, works, or attends school in San Diego County can now receive a COVID-19 vaccine for free. See more locations on coronavirus-sd.com/vaccine.

Progress of vaccination:

  • Doses delivered: nearly 3.04 million.
  • Doses administered: over 2.83 million.
  • Received at least one shot: over 1.5 million or 55.9% of San Diegans aged 16 and over.
  • Fully vaccinated: about 1.09 million or 40.4%.
  • The goal: to vaccinate completely 75% of San Diego County residents aged 16 and over or 2,017,011 people.
  • To date, 74.6% of the target population has received at least one vaccine and 53.9% are fully vaccinated.
  • More information on vaccination can be found coronavirus-sd.com/vaccine.

Status measurements:

  • The adjusted case rate calculated by the state of San Diego County is currently 6.2 cases per 100,000 population.
  • The percentage of positivity of the test is 2.3%.
  • The measure of health equity is 3.0%.
  • The CDPH assesses counties on a weekly basis. The next report is scheduled for Tuesday May 4.

Epidemics in community settings:

  • No new community outbreaks were confirmed on May 2.
  • Two community outbreaks were reported on May 1 in businesses.
  • Three community outbreaks were reported on April 30: one in a restaurant / bar, one in a retail and commercial setting.
  • In the past seven days (April 26 to May 2), 18 community outbreaks have been confirmed.
  • The outbreak of outbreaks in the community is seven days or more in seven days.

Trial:

  • 6,672 tests were reported to the county on May 2 and the percentage of new positive cases was 3%.
  • The 14-day moving average percentage of positive cases is 1.5%. The target is less than 8.0%.
  • The daily 7-day test average is 13,370.

Cases, hospitalizations and admissions to intensive care:

  • 172 cases of COVID-19 were reported to the county on May 2. The region’s total is now 276,692.
  • 15,257 or 5.5% of all cases required hospitalization.
  • 1,683 or 0.6% of all cases and 11% of hospitalized cases required admission to an intensive care unit.

Deaths:

  • No new deaths from COVID-19 were reported on May 2. The region’s total is 3,712.
  • Six new deaths from COVID-19 were reported on May 1. Four men and two women died between November 11, 2020 and April 29, 2021.
  • Of those who died, two were 80 years of age or older, one was in their sixties and three in their sixties.
  • All of them had underlying medical conditions.
  • Four new deaths from COVID-19 were reported on April 30. Three men and a woman died between April 7 and April 29, 2021.
  • Of those who died, two were 80 years or older, one was in their sixties and one in their fifties.
  • All of them had underlying medical conditions.

More information:

The more detailed data summaries found on the County coronavirus-sd.com website are updated around 5 p.m. daily.

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