Public health nurse Judith Hays-Zavala gives Virginia Ayala of San Diego a bandage after her COVID-19 vaccine at the Grossmont College mobile clinic. Courtesy of the County News Center

The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency announced that effective Thursday reporting of COVID-19 vaccinations, cases and deaths will transition from daily to weekly.

“Effective immediately, there will no longer be a daily data update on the County’s website,” the agency said. “Data will be updated around 5 p.m. on Wednesdays.”

That means the next report will come on July 7, after the Independence Day holiday.

The change in reporting comes as vaccinations neared 90% of the county’s goal, and the 14-day average positivity rate has stabilized around 1% of tests. The last reported daily case number was 84 on Wednesday.

Since the pandemic began over a year ago, there have been 282,582 cases and 3,780 deaths in San Diego County.

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Chris Jennewein

Chris Jennewein is Editor & Publisher of Times of San Diego.