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Riverside County health officials remind all residents and visitors that coronavirus continues to
pose serious health hazards and to not take part in social gatherings during the upcoming
Fourth of July holiday. Social gatherings are a known source of spreading the disease.
Public Health Officer Dr. Cameron Kaiser has ordered all bars in Riverside County closed to help slow the spread of coronavirus, which has seen a recent upswing in confirmed cases.
After several employees who work at the County Administrative Center (CAC) were confirmed
to have coronavirus, all board offices at the CAC and the executive office have temporarily
closed. The office closures impact portions of the fourth and fifth floors of the CAC. The rest of
the building remains open.
Youth sports are not yet permitted; individual fitness may continue with modifications
As Riverside County continues to safely reopen additional activities and sectors of the economy,
the return of youth sports has been on the minds of many parents and young athletes countywide.
Second round of funding applications opens Monday with extended deadline
Sole proprietors and others are now eligible for the second round of funding provided to small businesses that have been especially hit hard during the coronavirus pandemic. The expanded eligibility includes sole proprietors, which are those businesses that do not have employees, as well as businesses that have received an SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan or advance.
Thousands of Riverside County residents will soon be contacted and asked to take part in a
coronavirus antibody testing study being sponsored by county health officials.
Riverside County officials urge everyone to follow the state’s face covering requirement to curb
the recent increase in coronavirus cases, as well as support local reopening efforts.
Additional personal care businesses, including nail salons and body art shops, may reopen in Riverside County on Friday (June 19) with increased measures to slow the spread of coronavirus. These businesses are part of the state’s new guidance to include more industries in accelerated stage two.
RIVERSIDE, CA — United Lift, a rental assistance program coordinated between Riverside County, United Way of the Inland Valleys, and Lift To Rise, is launching this week with the goal of keeping 10,000 families and residents housed.
The program for Riverside County residents will provide $33 million in rental assistance between the months of June and November. Lift to Rise and United Way of Inland Valleys will administer the program, including dispersing the first round of payments in July.
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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