San Diego avoids closures
San Diego County has been spared having to close businesses under California’s revised system for reopening the economy. An outbreak at San Diego State University has caused a surge of cases in the county. But the latest weekly figures released by the state on Tuesday showed the county still was able to keep its case levels just below a level that would have required new business closures. San Diego State has nearly 850 confirmed cases, enough to drive up rates in the county of 3.3 million people to their highest levels in months.