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Riverside County has 70 CV cases, seven deaths

Riverside County now has 70 confirmed case of the Coronavirus, including seven deaths. Those numbers were posted Wednesday on the Riverside University Health System’s website, where the county is tracking its battle against the potentially deadly virus. The previous number of confirmed cases was 50, with six deaths. County Public …

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Perris suspends city hall visits

Perris has suspended all in-person activity at city hall because of the Coronavirus outbreak. Services will continue to be provided online, e-mail or by telephone, as much as possible, according to a statement on the city’s website. The decision, announced Monday, is a response to guidelines established by the governor. …

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Palm Springs issues clarification re: temporary lodging regulations

Palm Springs has new EDD

Palm Springs City Manager David Ready has issued a clarification regarding temporary lodging in the city in Coronavirus pandemic. Vacation rentals, homeshares and other lodgings including hotels may not operate in the city unless they’re used “for mitigation and containment measures related to the spread of Covid- 19, otherwise known …

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Riverside walks back some CV restrictions

Riverside has modified several of the regulations it placed on restaurants, bars, breweries and wineries in response to the Coronavirus outbreak. The city council on Tuesday agreed to allow breweries and wineries to have takeout business, but left in place the closing of bars, breweries and wineries that do not …

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Moreno Valley stores to give priority to senior, disabled shoppers

Several Moreno Valley grocery stores have agreed to move senior and disabled citizens to the front of the line. Winco, at 12880 Day St., will allow seniors-only shopping from 6:30-7 a.m., before the store’s regular opening time of 7 a.m., according to a statement on the city’s website. Costco, at …

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Riverside orders bar, winery closures

Riverside has called for the temporary closure of all bars, breweries and wineries, and for restaurant to restrict their business to drive-thru, pick-up and delivery. Those conditions, based on recommendations made by the state Department of Public Health, were made shortly after Riverside County’s Public Health Officer cancelled all gatherings …

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