Coronavirus: San Diego County reports 568 new cases, 3 more community outbreaks
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San Diego County public health officials reported 568 cases and no additional deaths on Sunday.
SAN DIEGO – After tallying more than 600 new coronavirus cases in consecutive days,

The county and its health partners recorded 8,943 new tests Saturday, of which 6.4% were new positive cases. In the past week, the county is averaging more than 8,700 coronavirus tests a day. Its 14-day rolling average of positive cases remains at 6%.

Three new community outbreaks were reported Saturday, public health officials said. They were recorded at a bar/restaurant, a manufacturing facility and a preschool, respectively. Officials previously reported three other outbreaks from Friday tied to bar/restaurant, a gym and a government setting.

Today's #COVID19 update:

➡San Diego County resident total cases are now at 23,682, 568 more than yesterday.

➡0 additional deaths have been reported among county residents, bringing the total to…
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