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Riverside County nears 4,000 cases of COVID-19

Riverside County has confirmed 3,942 cases of COVID-19, and 142 confirmed deaths from the disease caused by Coronavirus, local health care officials reported. More than 48,500 residents have been tested for the disease, and 215 people have been placed in hospital because of it, the Riverside University Health System reported …

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Riverside reminds businesses of safety regulations

Riverside has clarified its public safety measures required of workers at essential businesses in the fight against COVID-19. Council members passed a resolution recently “because grocery stores, farmers markets and pharmacy retail stores have remained open with few mandated restrictions,” according to a statement on the city’s website. The statement …

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No May updates for Omnitrans

Omnitrans has cancelled its annual May service updates. Normally, the San Bernardino County transit agency announces service changes and publishes an updated “Bus Book” during the fifth month of the year, according to a statement on the agency’s website. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the agency to makes significant …

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IEHP donates masks

The Inland Empire Health Plan has donated approximately 45,000 surgical masks to local health organizations to help with the shortage of such equipment during the COVID-19 crisis. The Community Health Association Inland Southern Region, San Bernardino County Medical Center, Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, Riverside University Health System and Loma Linda …

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Nearly 1,800 cases of COVID-19 in SB County

San Bernardino County had 1,772 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of Friday. Eighty-two county residents had died of the virus as of April 24, the most recent data available, according to a statement on the county’s website. The county now has a 4.6 percent fatality rate related to the Coronavirus. …

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Temecula building sells for nearly $11 million

A vacant logistics building in Temecula has sold. Westcore, a San Diego-based real estate acquisition and asset management firm, bought the structure at 27731 Diaz Road for $10.8 million, according to a statement. “We plan to refresh the warehouse’s existing office space, repaint inside and out and pave the unimproved …

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