In addition to permanent restrooms, portable restrooms have been set up in several locations, including three at First Avenue and C Street, three at 1330 G Street and two at Park Boulevard and 11th Avenue.
Each site also has two handwashing stations. Restrooms in Balboa Park have also continued to be open 24/7.
The hours were extended during the outbreak, but following the public health emergency, officials with the city decided to maintain the extended hours.
Officials say a continued effort is being made to keep sidewalks clean and that certain locations continue to be sanitized based on need.
San Diego also oversees the contract for 11 handwashing stations that were designated as “highly used” while being operated by the county.
More than 33,000 people have received their second hep A vaccine, health officials say, adding that, though two doses are recommended, there is no risk for an outbreak after people have received their first hep A shot. Health officials say this is because the first shot is 90 percent effective.