Region May Be Headed Toward Fewer Restrictions as Pandemic Recedes

As San Diego County reports a testing positivity rate average of 1.3% -- a rate low enough to put the county in the "yellow tier" -- many San Diegans are beginning to get back to normal life. Last week the state reported the county's adjusted case rate was 1.7 new daily cases per 100,000 population, an improvement of the previous week's 2.4 new cases per 100,000.  The county will need to report a similar average this week in order to "seal the deal."

The County Board of Supervisors plans to make a final push to vaccinate the population during the month of June before winding efforts down to a more flu-like situation this summer and fall.  Learn more.