San Diego County coronavirus cases surge past 500

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San Diego County reported 31 new COVID-19 cases Sunday, while the death toll remained unchanged at seven.
San Diego County reported 31 new COVID-19 cases Sunday, bringing the total to 519. The death toll remained unchanged at seven.

The largest number of cases, 130, was among patients in the 30-39 age range, followed by 107 cases among 20- to 29-year-olds. Only four cases were patients 9 or younger, and 298 of the cases were males.

The city of San Diego, with by far the largest population, had 314 cases, or 60.5% of the total. El Cajon had 29 cases, Chula Vista had 25 and Carlsbad had 20.

The city has reported a number of coronavirus clusters, including one at an assisted-living community in Rancho San Diego. Previously, an outbreak of COVID-19 had been confirmed at the Mission Valley Veterans Administration office and among a group of four people who had traveled out of the area.

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