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- The San Diego County health officials reported 284 new COVID-19 infections and no new deaths as of yesterday, raising the total to 44,577 cases with the death toll remaining at 760. As of Saturday SDSU had a reported 851 confirmed and probable cases. Of the 9,097 tests reported through Saturday, 3% returned positive, bringing the 14-day rolling average of positive tests to 3.6% — which is a good sign as we look like we will regress back tomorrow which means indoor operations for restaurants, movie theaters, houses of worship and gyms, limit retail businesses go back outside. Then we would have to wait at least three weeks to possibly reopen again.
- Meanwhile, The Coalition of San Diego County Businesses and supporters are gathering today at the West Side of the County Administration Building from 4-5pm to support the county board of supervisors in taking back control of San Diego’s path forward. They say they can and have been operating restaurants and small businesses safely. If you don’t know, we are expected to be shutdown tomorrow again due to a rise in positive Covid 19 cases.
- One thing that is re-opening back up is the MTS! The San Diego Metropolitan Transit Service expanding its evening and weekday service starting yesterday, which brought some levels of trolley and bus service to near pre-COVID-19 levels. Trolleys on the Blue Line will double on weekday evenings, with trolleys every 15 minutes between 7 and 11 p.m. Service after 11 p.m. will still remain every 30 minutes
- Major changes include:
- Orange Line service will increase from 30 to 15 minutes on Saturday mornings, starting at 6:30 a.m.;
- Green Line service will increase from 30 to 15 minutes for Sunday mornings, starting at 6:30 a.m.;
- Route 201/202 frequency will increase to every 10 minutes and late- night service will be resumed in University City; and
- The Otay Mesa Transit Center will close temporarily for the construction of a new pedestrian bridge. Bus stops for routes 225, 905, 909 and 950 will be relocated to Via de la Amistad and Roll Drive.
- MTS ridership continues to increase from the lows in March and April as businesses reopen. Ridership is at about 115,000 weekday trips compared to 280,000 weekday trips prior to COVID-19. The service increases will provide additional physical distancing for riders. MTS continues to operate about 95 bus routes and three trolley lines.
- TikTok is still alive!! There was a possibility that users weren’t going to be able to download the app or update it as of yesterday however Saturday night, TikTok tweeted, “#WeAReTikTok and we are here to stay!” The US Government has agreed to Oracle and Walmart taking minority stakes in TikTok global. TikTok Global will be “an independent American company, headquartered in the US.” Per the deal, they say about 25 thousand jobs will be created and about $5 billion in tax revenue.
- For the first time in 14 years the Padres are going to the playoffs!!! They beat the Mariners yesterday 7-4 with a three run rally in the 11th inning. Shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr., said, “I just feel so happy for the city of San Diego. I know it’s been so many years since they went to the playoffs and bringing playoff baseball back to San Diego, I just get emotional.” Meanwhile Manny Machado is a contender for the National League MVP.
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