By the numbers 04/06/2020 : SD County announces COVID-19 cases increase to 1,404; begins reporting ethnic breakdown


As reported by the SD County News Center, April 6, 2020 : Through April 6, a total of 1,404 COVID-19 cases have been reported in San Diego County, including 78 new cases in the last day. Of San Diego County’s cases, 739 (52.6%) were men and 657 (46.8%) were women. The gender of eight people is unknown. Of the known cases, 269 (19.2%) have required hospitalization and 102 (7.3%) of the total number of cases had to be placed in intensive care.

For the first time in over a week, no COVID-19 deaths were reported in San Diego. The number of local COVID-19 deaths remains at 19 and the age range is between 25 and 98 years of age. Fifteen people who have died were men and four were women. Starting today, the County will begin reporting the ethnic breakdown of COVID-19 cases.

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