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Old 04-02-2020, 7:58 AM
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Default San Diego CO. Cases of Virus by Zip Code Residence. Update for 08/08/20

County of San Diego
Daily Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Summary of Cases by Zip Code of Residence

Data are preliminary and subject to change
Data through 3/31/2020, updated 08/08/2020 8:00 AM


https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/conte...Zip%20Code.pdf

This is a PDF of cases with the bug by residence zip code.

ADDED By City:

https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/conte...0Residence.pdf

By Demographics: From L84CABO' link below post 21.

https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/conte...mographics.pdf

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👍 Nice info Kyle!
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HEY!

My zipcode's not listed! LOL!

(BFE - 91906)

I guess that means we don't have any...
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My zipcode's not listed! LOL!

(BFE - 91906)

I guess that means we don't have any...
It means that SD plans on giving you to Mexico.
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SD in one of the pressers the other day did mention that statistic is kind of odd, as it does not indicate where the person 1-caught the virus, 2-works, or even 3- where they are now. The statistic is simply organized by where their "residence" is. So if there was an outbreak at a store in Escondido, and it happened that most of those workers live in El Cajon, the stat shows increase in cases in El Cajon. But the "problem" was really somewhere else. It might show growth over time historically but it isn't useful for much like if you were checking it every day.
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Hillcrest has more cases than any other zip code by almost double are gays spreading this disease at a faster rate as well do to their “lifestyle”?
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91910,91911,& 91913. Chula Vista and Otay Ranch.

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Updated for:08/08/20

By ZIP:

https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/conte...Zip%20Code.pdf

By City:

https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/conte...0Residence.pdf

https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/conte...mographics.pdf
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And the crap hole of Imperial beach and Chula Vista still I the lead.

Yes be safe and smart out there.

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Thanks Kyle, interesting numbers.
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San Diego County ... last 4 weeks. i did not include my graph of total positive cases which is most likely lagging/ misleading due to the pathetically low/ slow rate of testing throughout the entire U.S.

FACT CHECK: Trump Claims U.S. Testing For Coronavirus Most Per Capita — It's Not

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Four of 95 Zip codes, 91910, 91911, 91950, and 92154 have 651 out of 3141 cases.

Approximately 21% of the total cases.

These four Zip codes are on the border, Chula Vista, National City and Imperial Beach.
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San Diego County ... last 4 weeks. i did not include my graph of total positive cases which is most likely lagging/ misleading due to the pathetically low/ slow rate of testing throughout the entire U.S.

FACT CHECK: Trump Claims U.S. Testing For Coronavirus Most Per Capita — It's Not

NPR “fact check”.

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...These four Zip codes are on the border, Chula Vista, National City and Imperial Beach.
i've got a reading suggestion for you.

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Yeah OK.

Do you Live there?

I did.
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... Do you Live there?...
a few miles north, but i know a some people who own beachfront condos in IB. unlike many of their neighbors (gardeners, chefs, waitresses, bartenders, etc.) they can afford to work at home at this time.
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as of 4/27...

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Here's one to pay attention to. Note the number of deaths for people below the age of 60. It's 19. In a county of approximately 3.4 MILLION. And I'll bet you the majority of those had some type of comorbidity.

It is absolutely insane that the city is still locked down. Protect the elderly and immunocompromised and send the healthy "under 60" crowd back to work RESPONSIBLY and IMMEDIATELY.

https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/conte...mographics.pdf
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Here's one to pay attention to. Note the number of deaths for people below the age of 60. It's 19. In a county of approximately 3.4 MILLION. And I'll bet you the majority of those had some type of comorbidity.

It is absolutely insane that the city is still locked down. Protect the elderly and immunocompromised and send the healthy "under 60" crowd back to work RESPONSIBLY and IMMEDIATELY.
let's get herd immunity by intentionally infecting everyone healthy under 60 since the number of deaths is so low
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FACT CHECK: Trump Claims U.S. Testing For Coronavirus Most Per Capita — It's Not...........
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Multiplying diagnosed cases by 10 since that is conservative estimate on non-diagnosed......

98.7% of SD County population so far have not contracted the virus.


Of that 1.3% that have/had it so far...

99.64% did not die.

97.93% did not need hospitalization.

That is all pre-existing conditions aside.
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this works out to about 2,460 ICU beds in SD county and as you can see visually it is considered just under the national average, though it does not confirm that every ICU bed has access to a ventilator. LA county sits in just about the same place ...

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San Diego County ... last 4 weeks. i did not include my graph of total positive cases which is most likely lagging/ misleading due to the pathetically low/ slow rate of testing throughout the entire U.S.

FACT CHECK: Trump Claims U.S. Testing For Coronavirus Most Per Capita — It's Not

Your post seems political to me. Uh oh.
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It's all old farts (apologies to the old farts - you should stay at home.)

Everyone else, rip that mask off and go to the beach!

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Here's one to pay attention to. Note the number of deaths for people below the age of 60. It's 19. In a county of approximately 3.4 MILLION. And I'll bet you the majority of those had some type of comorbidity.

It is absolutely insane that the city is still locked down. Protect the elderly and immunocompromised and send the healthy "under 60" crowd back to work RESPONSIBLY and IMMEDIATELY.

https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/conte...mographics.pdf
As much as I agree that the nation's economic health is as important as its physiological health, I have to point out that using # of deaths to determine how dangerous a virus is, is similar to how the anti-gun organizations like to use # of bad guys killed to determine how effective guns are for self-defense.

Just eyeballing Overlandflyer's graph, we can see that the # of positive cases under age 60 is about the same as 60 and above. For those people, are they having a bad two weeks, and then back to normal, right as rain? Or are they still struggling with after effects, permanently reduced lung capacity, and so forth?

The long term economic implications of allowing a large percentage of your prime work force (age 25-55) to become essentially crippled for life could be much more devastating than short term agony.

I'm very interested to see how those under age 60 fare 2-3 months after infection.
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Hillcrest has more cases than any other zip code by almost double are gays spreading this disease at a faster rate as well do to their “lifestyle”?
The fashionable black leather masks with a zipper in the middle might have something to do with it.
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As much as I agree that the nation's economic health is as important as its physiological health, I have to point out that using # of deaths to determine how dangerous a virus is, is similar to how the anti-gun organizations like to use # of bad guys killed to determine how effective guns are for self-defense.

Just eyeballing Overlandflyer's graph, we can see that the # of positive cases under age 60 is about the same as 60 and above. For those people, are they having a bad two weeks, and then back to normal, right as rain? Or are they still struggling with after effects, permanently reduced lung capacity, and so forth?

The long term economic implications of allowing a large percentage of your prime work force (age 25-55) to become essentially crippled for life could be much more devastating than short term agony.

I'm very interested to see how those under age 60 fare 2-3 months after infection.
Wouldn’t we have heard an awful lot about them by now?
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how some cities in SD county have fared the in past 6 weeks (reported COVID-19 cases)...

Borrego Springs ... +800%
Imperial Beach ... +448%
National City ... +292%

Spring Valley ... +271%
San Marcos ... +264%
Escondido ... +251%

Ramona ... +229%
Alpine ... +225%
Chula Vista ... +224%

Oceanside ... +206%
Vista ... +200%
Fallbrook ... +200%

El Cajon ... +193%
Coronado ... +188%
Lemon Grove ... +182%

San Diego ... +167%
Santee ... +131%
La Mesa ... +107%

Solana Beach ... +83%
Poway ... +71%
Carlsbad ... +70%

Bonita ... +50%
Del Mar ... +25%
Rancho SantaFe ... +14%
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SD County COVID-19 positive test increases over the past 30 days...

0-9 yrs ...... + 172% .. (264)
10-19 yrs ... + 139% .. (583)
20-29 yrs ... + 103% .. (2239)
30-39 yrs ... + 65% ... (2052)
40-49 yrs ... + 58% ... (1672)
50-59 yrs ... + 57% ... (1840)
60-69 yrs ... + 52% ... (1148)
70-79 yrs ... + 43% ... (658)
80+ ........... + 47% ... (630)
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updated 10 July ... past 6 weeks.
green = 2 day average due to no reporting on holidays.




number of days to double.
upward trend = good ... falling = bad



as of 7/10...
the total number of COVID-19 positive tests for San Diego County has doubled in the last 25 days.
there are twice as many COVID-19 patients in the hospital than there was 59 days ago.
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Still at such very low odds it’s not worth a worry for a healthy person.
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14 day averages on daily hospitalization (change), ICU (change) and deaths. current rise starting 12-14 days after Memorial Day Weekend ...

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Updated:08/09/20 for 08/08/20 info.

Posts #1 or 8: (same info)

Blessings to all---Be safe.

NOTE: ADDED L84CABO's link on demographic from his post #21 to posts 1 & 8.

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