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Drive up testing scheduled for Blythe area
Riverside County residents who do not have symptoms but want to be tested for coronavirus will
now be able to after health officials modified the guidelines for testing.
Specialized teams designed to educate and equip employees at licensed care facilities
throughout Riverside County will start visiting the locations today.
Riverside County is calling on all willing residents, especially those with medical expertise, to
support response efforts for novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Assisted living facilities, skilled
nursing facilities and other group medical care sites are particularly in need for workers willing
to care for COVID-19 patients.
A fourth Riverside County community testing site has been established at the Perris Fairgrounds
for residents who want to be tested for coronavirus (COVID-19).
This feature will provide data to public health officials tracking the source of
The County of Riverside created an app to report violations of state and county public health
orders issued to stem the spread of COVID-19.
A closed department store building in Riverside has been selected as the second Riverside
County site for a federal medical station (FMS).
More than 80 patients from a Riverside skilled nursing facility will be evacuated this morning to
other healthcare locations throughout Riverside County. A total of 84 patients are being moved
after employees of the facility did not show up to care for sick patients two days in a row.
If everyone does their part and COVID-19 cases drop, restrictions may be lifted earlier.
County facilities still open to serve the public
County Administration Center
4080 Lemon St. Riverside, CA 92501
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