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Happy hour? Gone. Left the house without a mask? Turn around. Here are some of the biggest lifestyle changes Californians saw in 2020. (Shutterstock / David Tonelson) SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA – Missed today’s headlines? Here are the Patch stories from San Diego County that people are talking about today: Record 62 COVID-19 Deaths, 3,083 New Cases Reported In County The county is reporting 18% of its ICU beds remain available, but staffing limitations may make that a considerably smaller portion. Citrus Tree-Killing Bacteria Found On Insects In San Diego County The bacteria, which is not harmful to people or animals, was detected on insects in the North County community. CHP Maximum Enforcement For New Year’s Begins Thursday Evening At least three people died in crashes in California during the New Year’s enforcement period in 2019. A man was dropped off at the Grossmont Hospital emergency room in La Mesa with a gunshot wound that proved to be fatal, police said. Senior residents and staff members of St. Paul’s McColl Health Center in San Diego received the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. 2020: California’s Year Of The ‘Mega-Fire’ Of the state’s six biggest fires recorded since 1932, five were this year. See some of 2020’s most impactful moments in CA, from the loss of Kobe Bryant in January to the first COVID-19 vaccinations in December. CA’s lenient enforcement policy has put enormous pressure on cities and counties struggling to gain compliance with COVID measures. New Law In 1 Minute: California Committee […]