With those numbers, the local toll since the pandemic began increased to 280,429 cases and 3,761 deaths.
A man in his 70s who had underlying medical conditions died Saturday.
Of the 13,323 tests reported Thursday, 0.6% returned positive as the two-week rolling average stayed at 0.7%.
Hospitalizations due to COVID dipped to 97, with 34 patients requiring intensive care.
That’s only the second time this year the number of coronavirus-related hospitalizations has dropped below 100.
The county also reported no community outbreaks Thursday, for a total of 10 in the past seven days linked to 55 cases.
San Diego County set a goal of fully vaccinating 2.1 million local residents. To date, almost 95% of the goal population has received at least one dose while nearly 75% are fully vaccinated.
– City News Service contributed to this report