A San Diego County vaccination clinic. Photo credit: County News Center.

San Diego County health officials reported 388 new cases of COVID-19 Thursday, along with 10 deaths.

The new data increased the county’s case totals to 379,629, with 4,311 deaths since the pandemic began in early 2020.

In addition, 15 new patients required hospital care in local hospitals, according to the county.

A total of 28,103 new COVID tests were reported to the county, with the percentage of new positives in the past seven days slipping slightly to 3.2%.

Meanwhile, county public health officials said this week they will support those seeking COVID-19 vaccination boosters. They will follow follow California Department of Public Health recommendations for those 18 and older.

People who completed the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine series more than six months ago are eligible for boosters. Those who received the Johnson & Johnson one-dose vaccine more than two months ago also are eligible for boosters.

– City News Service contributed to this report.

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