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Applications must be received before June 19
The County of Riverside proclaimed a local emergency and set a countywide curfew tonight from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. The order was signed today by County Executive Officer and Director of Emergency Services George Johnson, in coordination with law enforcement officials, and applies to all cities and unincorporated areas.
Homeowners who rent single occupancy residences for short-term stays may resume operations
in Riverside County. Operators should implement safety precautions and disinfectant protocols
outlined in the local guidance developed by the Riverside County Economic Recovery Task
With temperatures expected to remain in the triple digits through portions of Riverside County,
cool centers are opening June 1 with modifications to accommodate coronavirus safety
A drive-up testing site will be opened Tuesday at the old Sears parking lot in Riverside to
replace the testing location at Harvest Christian Fellowship that is closing.
Some Riverside County hospitals have received a jump of coronavirus patients from Imperial
County, where there are only two hospitals.
Barbershops and hair salons may now reopen in Riverside County following statewide guidance
to allow for haircuts, styling and coloring.
Churches, temples, synagogues, mosques and other places of worship may now reopen in Riverside County following statewide guidance to allow religious services throughout the state.
Riverside County health officials are adding two walk-in testing sites – one in
Moreno Valley and the other in Cathedral City -- for those interested in being
screened for coronavirus.
County facilities still open to serve the public
County Administration Center
4080 Lemon St. Riverside, CA 92501
Phone: (951) 955-1000
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