Record Number of COVID-19 Cases Hits New Trigger
San Diego County reported a record-high number of new COVID-19 infections. As of June 28, the County logged 933 new cases over the weekend. Fifteen new cases were reported in Vista, for a total of 286 since February. In addition to increasing case numbers, the County also met one of the 13 metrics officials are monitoring that could trigger new restrictions
Best Lines of Defense in Fighting COVID-19
Remember, the State of California requires face coverings in public indoor spaces and outdoors when physical distancing is not possible. Make sure you can breathe through your mask and it covers your nose and mouth. Continue to practice the three safety practices during the pandemic: Wash hands often, wear a mask, and keep 6-feet distancing from others outside of household.
Where to Get Tested for COVID-19
The County has launched a new website which makes it easier to get a COVID-19 test. The test sites listed on the County’s page prioritize San Diegans who do not have health insurance or cannot access a test site offered by their health care provider.
Celebrate Safely on July 4
The City is hosting its Independence Day Celebration on July 4 in Brengle Terrace Park. The fireworks display starts at 9 pm for vehicles with parking passes. Pass sales are on sale until 5:30 pm on July 3. Vista Fire officials remind residents that all consumer fireworks are illegal in Vista and throughout the County. Leave fireworks to the professionals so you and your family will enjoy a safe and fun day.
No Trash Delays for Holiday Weekend
Due to the July 4 Independence Day holiday falling on a Saturday this year, there will be no delay for residential trash and recycling collection services.
No Council Meetings in July
The Vista City Council will not hold a council meeting during the month of July. The next meeting to be held will be on August 11. Miss a meeting and want to catch up? Check the online video archive.