More Young People Sick, Hospitalized from COVID-19
The number of younger San Diegans getting infected with COVID-19 is increasing and more are landing in the hospital, the County is reporting. People between 20 and 39 years old now represent almost half the cases in the County.
Vista’s COVID-19 Cases Continue to Rise
Vista has 44 more cases since Friday with a new total of 565 (as of July 19). The total positive cases in the County is 23,682. Help stop the spread of the coronavirus by covering your face, physically distancing, washing hands, avoid gatherings and crowds, and not going out if you are sick.
Weekend Meal Bag for Seniors
The City’s McClellan Senior Center is introducing a free weekend meal bag to seniors 65+. The meal bag includes fresh produce, two light lunches and milk. The added service will allow seniors unable to purchase fresh food the opportunity to eat two fresh meals each week. Reservations are required by calling 760.643.5288.
Bub Williamson Park Closes for Construction Improvements
Bub Williamson Park is undergoing a complete renovation to expand the park’s use. Due to the extent of the improvements, the park and restrooms will be closed beginning July 27 and will reopen when the construction is completed in the summer, 2021.
City Helps Restaurants Shift to Outdoor Service
Even before the most recent indoor dining ban on July 13, the City had measures in place to help restaurants & breweries shift some dining outside. The expansion into designated outdoor areas brought much relief to business owners. Meet three business owners with creative solutions
City Issues Emergency Order to Relax Outdoor Regulations
The City issued a temporary order to relax outdoor use for personal care services, salons, barber shops, and gyms to temporarily relocate operations outside. If a business is not currently allowed to do so by state regulations; but is at a later date, the City order will already be in place to allow the permit to proceed.