San Diego County Removed from Watch List... What's Next?

As expected, state officials announced that they removed San Diego County from the state’s COVID-19 watchlist Tuesday.

The action starts a 14-day countdown during which the region must avoid crossing any of six thresholds that, if they persist for three days in a row, would land the region back on the list. Provided San Diego’s daily COVID-19 numbers remain below state-set maximums for two weeks, K-12 schools would be able to resume in-person classes at the discretion of local school boards. 

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