Summer Music Series: Finnegan Blue

Coronavirus cases are climbing in San Diego, and so is the demand for testing, as the more contagious delta variant continues to spread. County officials are now opening up more testing sites to meet the growing need. Thus, there were long lines at the San Diego state alumni center on (friday). It’s one of six newly reopened testing sites. Testing coordinator Ryan Clabo says these newly reopened sites aren’t closing anytime soon.

“so over the last two weeks we noticed a rise in the demand and we wanted to make sure we were in front of that… with the delta variant the demand increased that quickly”

Meanwhile, some San Diego businesses are starting to require proof of vaccination or a negative covid-19 test from their customers.

The cygnet theatre in Old Town is one of them. Jill Jones is Cygnet theatre’s patron services manager.

“from people who have been coming to the theatre for years they are really excited about it because we’re trying to keep the community as safe as possible. we’ve had a few people call in to buy tickets specifically because we announced this policy.”

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