An illustration of the coronavirus. Courtesy CDC

Here is a list of the major developments in the coronavirus epidemic facing San Diego County, updated at 9:50 p.m. on Monday.

There have been 47 cases of coronavirus disease among San Diego County residents as of Monday afternoon. Additionally, there were 4 cases involving people quarantined at Miramar and 4 cases involving non-residents. So far, there have been no deaths. Across California there have been 392 cases and 6 deaths as of Sunday.

San Diego County banned gathings of 50 or more and limited restaurants to take-out only as 16 more coronavirus cases were reported on Monday.

Economists with the UCLA Anderson Forecast said the U.S. economy has entered a recession, ending the expansion that began in July 2009, with California expected to lose 280,000 jobs.

Supervisor Nathan Fletcher, in partnership with the San Diego Foundation, United Way of San Diego and San Diego Gas & Electric, launched a $1.3 million philanthropic disaster-relief fund.

The state Senate approved up to $1 billion in funding to fight the pandemic before adjourning to work remotely.

San Diego State University shut down much of its campus on Monday, putting some employees on paid leave.

A sailor at Naval Base Point Loma tested positive for coronavirus. It’s the second case involving Navy personnel in San Diego.

The San Diego County Superior Court system alerted prospective jurors not to report to jury duty this week.

Quest Diagnostics laboratories in San Juan Capistrano and elsewhere in the state expect to be doing 10,000 coronavirus tests daily by the end of the week using a new industry-developed test.

Rep. Mike Levin will close offices in Oceanside, Dana Point, and Washington, and serve constituents remotely.

In response to the growing pandemic, Encinitas announced a local emergency and activated its Emergency Operations Center.

Officials at the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar announced an increase in the level of health security at the base, where two Marines have tested positive for the virus.

The San Diego Botanical Garden in Encinitas closed to visitors, members and volunteers until further notice.

The Casbah in Little Italy has closed because of the new 50-person limit on gatherings. Proceeds from sales at the venue’s online store will support the staff during the closure.

The San Diego Art Institute in Balboa Park will be closed from Tuesday through the end of March.

GBOD Hospitality Group is closing the El Chingon, Prohibition, Havana 1920, Mezé Greek Fusion, and Dough Nations restaurants.

The San Diego Law Library’s facilities downtown and in Vista have closed, but resources continue to be available online.

The 2020 San Diego Film Week will be postponed until Aug. 19-30 in response to the conronavirus pandemic.

The San Diego Police Museum will be close until April 1 and possibly longer.

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