Paul Sisson

health care reporter with San Diego Union Tribune

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For months, San Diego County had the lowest COVID-19 case rate in Southern California. Now it’s backsliding.

700 SDSU students test positive for COVID-19, threatening the entire county’s progress for reopening

For months, San Diego County had the lowest COVID-19 case rate in Southern California. Now it’s backsliding.

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