County Introduces New COVID-19 Data Reporting Tools | News
County Introduces New COVID-19 Data Reporting Tools |  News

County Introduces New COVID-19 Data Reporting Tools | News

The County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency is updating its COVID-19 data reporting pages to provide users with a more interactive experience.

Additional graphics can help users better visualize COVID data trends over time, and the new tools allow users to choose options based on their interest.

The updated dashboard shows the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths over time. Users can choose between daily or weekly reporting data based on demographic group.

Additional data is available by holding the mouse or clicking on different areas of the interactive charts. Information placed above the graphs will help users navigate the charts. Separate links are provided for better viewing on mobile devices.

The website changes will result in certain reports that had been on the page no longer being available, as the data is now available in the new format.

As announced last week, the updates include the discontinuation of the county’s Triggers Dashboard, which reported 13 surveillance, hospital capacity and public health response surveys. The county is now in line with California SMARTER PLANwhich government health officials are now using to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and prepare for potential increases in the virus or new variants.

Vaccination progress:

  • Received at least one shot: Close to 2.94 million or 93.4% of San Diegans aged 5 and older are at least partially vaccinated.
  • Fully vaccinated: More than 2.58 million or 82.1%.
  • Boosters administered: 1,193,449 or 55.3% of 2,159,057 eligible San Diegans.
  • Further information on vaccination can be found at coronavirus-sd.com/vaccine.

Deaths: Deaths:

  • 43 new deaths have been reported since the last report on March 9, 2022. The region’s total is 5,133.
  • 28 men and 15 women died between 4 January 2022 and 9 March 2022.
  • 17 were 80 years or older, 11 were in their 70s, nine were in their 60s, one was in their 50s, four were in their 40s and one was in their 30s.
  • 18 of the people who died were fully vaccinated and 25 were not fully vaccinated.
  • 39 had underlying medical conditions and four had pending medical history.

Cases, cases, admissions and tests:

  • 375 COVID-19 cases were reported to the county on March 15, 2022. The region’s total is now 745,684.
  • 2,987 cases were reported in the most recent week (March 9 to March 15) compared to 3,599 infections identified the previous week (March 2 to March 8).
  • San Diego County’s case per. 100,000 residents 12 years and older are 11.3 for fully vaccinated and boosted individuals, 11.1 for fully vaccinated people and 25.6 for non-fully vaccinated San Diegans.
  • 6,617 tests were reported to the county on March 13, 2022, and the percentage of new positive cases was 4.1%.
  • The 14-day rolling percentage of positive cases among tests reported through March 13, 2022 is 3.7%.

More information:

Data updates for County website for coronavirus-sd.com published Monday to Friday around noon. 17.00 with the exception of public holidays.


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