Sign & Download your Proclamation Against Discrimination to display proudly at your San Diego restaurant or other business here. This means that we will not require the use of masks district-wide if San Diego County enters the highest level in the CDC community level of COVID-19. Business is starting to get back to shape in San Diego County, thanks in part to the 4th of July weekend. San Diego County is located in southwestern California and contains a mix of urban and rural school districts. If a student or staff member tests positive for COVID-19, the district notifies the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency and helps local health officials perform contact tracing to identify potentially exposed individuals.
During the event, people will inevitably gather in large crowds and will be close to hundreds, if not thousands, of people, the state says. Accordingly, SDCOE worked with San Diego County to establish a health order requiring all school districts, charter schools, and private schools serving students in transitional kindergarten through 12th grade to report relevant data twice a month through Google Forms. San Diego County Education has mobilized technical assistance, leveraged partnerships, and collected data to support districts as they have navigated initial school closures, distance learning, and reopening planning. That statistic, which is equivalent to 2,107,447 San Diego County residents who have received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine, exceeds the county's goal for the region, which was to vaccinate 2,101,936 San Diegans with at least one dose.
With the return of events at the San Diego Convention Center this weekend for the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, a celebration was held Friday in which the staple of the city and its employees expect a sense of normalcy. Yes, the San Diego Padres have already had an Opening Day, but in the midst of a pandemic it wasn't the full-blown celebration that normally comes with the start of the baseball season. The district has also added new boarding and seating guidelines for transportation based on guidance from the San Diego Health and Human Services Agency and the SDCOE. Thousands of children in San Diego's South Bay have returned to classrooms after a short break and, for many, it's the first time they've returned to campus since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Rising local vaccination rates, along with a decline in coronavirus cases, have kept San Diego County on track to reopening June 15 in California. With the help of First 5 San Diego, the YMCA Child Care Resource Service and Child Development Associates, SDCOE helped develop and distribute guidelines and templates to help child care workers, especially those in the private sector, confirm their occupational eligibility for vaccination. California federal guidance and state COVID-19 policies have informed San Diego County's approach to reopening schools.