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@SanDiegoCounty  Health Officer Dr. Wilma Wooten thinks schools should stay closed to prevent gatherings. Wooten hasn't condemned the social justice protesters for gathering in large groups, and @nathanfletcher  applauded them for participating. More:

Does @SanDiegoCounty  have any data that shows schools shouldn't reopen? Dr. Wilma Wooten answered, "when schools reopen you have the opportunity for people to gather, and as everyone is aware, increased outbreaks are associated with people gathering."

San Diego County Health Officer Dr. Wilma Wooten rolls her eyes when KUSI Reporter@SashaFooKUSI  asks if protesters should get tested for COVID-19. More info:

Of the 7,667 tests reported Monday, 4% returned positive. The county’s 14-day average of daily positive tests is 5.3%. Dr. Wilma Wooten, the county’s public health officer, said more bad news is likely coming.

WATCH: Dr. Wilma Wooten is asked, "Why are we not dialing back now?" "We anticipate that we will be on that list (by the weekend) ... (and affected businesses) will need time to come to the realization that they will be closed, they need time to do that."

Dr. Wilma Wooten’s message to business owners forced to close despite following social distancing guidelines... "So first of all I’d like to say that that’s been a very small number."

Wilma Wooten: 4 new deaths reported in San Diego county. Total of 365 deaths since pandemic began. @fox5sandiego 

@nathanfletcher  On June 17th, County Health Officer Dr. Wilma Wooten said that people who get tested are NOT being asked if they have attended any of the protests. Today, @nathanfletcher  asserts, "We have not seen ANY outbreaks tied to protests. " Watch below...

Dr. Wilma Wooten, the county’s public health officer, said a significant spike in cases could be traced to the periods following restaurants opening, churches allowing services, and the mass protests calling for police reform.

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San Diego County Health Officer Dr. Wilma Wooten says you are not allowed to host people at your house, for any events, until sometime next year. Wooten said an important action you can take is "not have friends, coworkers or other individuals" over for any reason.

On May 13, San Diego County's Public Health Officer, Dr. Wilma Wooten said if it wasn't for her orders, "many thousands more individuals, including elderly, would have died from COVID-19." Regarding the #GeorgeFloyd  protests, she hasn't said a word about coronavirus safety

County Health Officer Dr. Wilma Wooten said no data was used when deciding to ban passing a ball on the beach with people outside your household. Wooten explained she used "common sense" when making the order to ban passing a ball on #SanDiego  County beaches.

Monday, the @WHO  announced it is "very rare" for an asymptomatic person to spread coronavirus. County Health Official Dr. Wilma Wooten was asked about the new information, here is her answer.

Effective today, a new #SanDiego  County health order, signed by Dr. Wilma Wooten, mandates hotels only take guests who are essential workers, homeless, or people infected with COVID-19.

San Diego County has extended its public health order indefinitely, Public Health Officer Wilma Wooten said

"Per the Governor's order, not following the order is a misdemeanor subject to a $1,000 fine," said Dr. Wilma Wooten, San Diego County PublicHealth Officer.

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