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Grim milestones this week in San Diego's fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vaccines have arrived, but the rollout is a challenge.
Vice-President Mike Pence is now the highest-ranking government leader to get the vaccine.
The FDA is expected to grant final approval for a vaccine developed by Pfizer
New COVID-19 cases continue to surge.
"Wear those damn masks out there." San Diego Sheriff Bill Gore may sum up COVID-19 alarm
It's been a week of major developments and milestones in the battle against COVID-19.
San Diego nearly slipped into a more restrictive COVID-19 reopening tier this week.
San Diego is in a holding pattern in the "red" reopening tier.
San Diego is holding steady in the red tier of the state's reopening plan.
Much of America woke up to the news Friday that COVID-19 has arrived at the White House.
With the coronavirus comes milestones, milestones we'd rather not have, but we do.
Local health officials warn that a recent uptick in cases could push the county to tier 2.
San Diego County has now seen more than 41-thousand cases and more than 700 deaths.
SDSU began its fall semester just a week ago, but in-person classes didn't last long.
This weekend brings new guidance on how California will reopen
This week brought continued progress in the push to minimize the spread of COVID-19.
San Diego saw a substantial drop in daily COVID-19 cases this week.
The number of San Diego's COVID-19 cases trended downward this week.
Rent is due this weekend. Moratoriums on evictions are set to expire in the coming weeks.
This would have been one of San Diego's busiest weekends of the year.
New restrictions are in place for a variety of indoor operations.
A spike in San Diego's COVID-19 cases has caused some restrictions to be reimposed.
Up and down California, the state is pumping the brakes on its economic reopening.
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