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COVID Expectations Through Summer in Borrego Springs
From the COVID-19 Task Force... During the past three weeks, new cases of COVID-19 have decreased to much lower levels than we experienced after the holidays. Cases are expected to remain fairly low through this coming summer. Approximately one-third of our population remains... — Updated 3/24/2022
COVID-19 Situation in Borrego Springs, San Diego County
During the past four weeks, new cases of COVID-19 have decreased significantly in Borrego Springs. The post-holiday surge of Omicron appears to be ending. Cases will likely remain low in Borrego Springs, especially after the seasonal residents leave, fewer tourists visit, and perm... — Updated 3/24/2022
Want to Be Safe Rather Than Sorry?
All Adults are now Eligible for Covid Boosters The media is full of speculation about the new COVID-19 variant, Omicron. We don’t know and won’t know for several weeks whether the new variant, Omicron, is more infectious, causes more serious illness and/or can fully or... — Updated 12/2/2021
From the Borrego COVID-19 Task Force...
Dear Seasonal Residents, We so look forward to your return to Borrego Springs. The weather is becoming very hospitable and, as you know, Borrego Springs is a wonderful place to spend the winter season. Ours is a vibrant town with many events and activities that are more fun when e... — Updated 10/15/2021
We have been concerned that a Twindemic – the co-occurrence of seasonal flu and COVID-19 – may happen this winter season. We are well into the normal flu season and, so far, the number of cases, hospitalizations and deaths from flu in Southern California has been much lower... — Updated 12/31/2020