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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
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.
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 requests to move to the state’s accelerated stage two
Riverside County has notified Gov. Gavin Newsom that it is ready to cautiously and safely open
for business based on public health data. The county has sent a letter and attestation to state
officials requesting the county be allowed to take the next step in that direction.
Riverside County health officials are looking for restaurants in San Jacinto, Hemet,
Perris, Banning, Beaumont and surrounding areas to take part in the “Great Plates
Delivered” program aimed at providing meals for at-risk seniors staying home to
avoid exposure to coronavirus.
RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA – The Riverside County Probation Department transferred eight
Riverside County youth probationers from a Michigan facility to the Alan M. Crogan Youth
Treatment and Education Center (AMC-YTEC) in Riverside. Initial tests confirmed four youth were
positive for COVID-19 and the additional four youth were negative. All youth are scheduled to
appear before the Court this week.
Riverside County health officials are encouraging young people to get tested for coronavirus
because it is believed the group has been underrepresented in testing so far.
Most local health orders to be rescinded in alignment with governor’s orders
The Riverside County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 tonight at a special board meeting to
direct the rescission of most local health orders to align with the governor’s statewide stay at
Riverside County launched an economic recovery task force to provide recommendations to the Board of Supervisors on restarting the local economy and preparing to rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic.
County facilities still open to serve the public
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