By the numbers 04/07/2020 : COVID-19 Deaths Increase to 31, Cases Reach 1,454


From County of San Diego Communications Office, April 7, 2020 : Twelve additional COVID-19 deaths have been reported, bringing the region’s total to 31, the County Health and Human Services Agency announced today. The age range of the new deaths is between 23 and 100 years. Eight were women and four were men. The deaths occurred between April 3 and April 6, 2020 and all the people who died had underlying medical conditions.

Through April 7, a total of 1,454 COVID-19 cases have been reported in San Diego County, including 50 new cases in the last day. Of San Diego County’s cases, 747 (51.4%) were men and 701 (48.2%) were women. The gender of six people is unknown. Of the known cases, 289 (19.9%) have required hospitalization and 109 (7.5%) of the total number of cases had to be placed in intensive care. Thirty-one (2.1%) have died.

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