Several types of businesses may begin indoor operations — though at limited capacity — under new guidance released by San Diego County on Aug. 31. These include gyms and fitness centers, restaurants, movie theaters, hair salons, barber shops and nail salons.
Diomics, a San Diego-based biotech company, announced on Aug. 19 that it is developing the Diocheck Antibody Indicator, which provides a simple way for individuals to monitor for the presence of antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 over an extended period of time.
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La Jolla Institute for Immunology received a $1 million gift to further its work in COVID-19 research. The GHR Foundation, an independent philanthropy based in Minneapolis, made the gift, announced on Aug. 4.
San Diego County Supervisors on Aug. 5 approved the concept of opening certain parks overseen by the county government for religious services, cultural ceremonies and organized fitness activities.