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CORONOVIRUS UPDATE: ONE NEW DEATH REPORTED TUESDAY IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY, 7 DAY AVG. CONTINUES TO DECLINE

CORONOVIRUS UPDATE: ONE NEW DEATH REPORTED TUESDAY IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY, 7 DAY AVG. CONTINUES TO DECLINE

One new death was reported bringing the county’s total to 672 deaths.

Riverside County health officials report 723 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total to 35,910, countywide.

7 Day Moving Average Deaths Declines

Coachella Valley by the numbers:

Desert Hot Springs: 683 (+14) cases, 11 deaths

Cathedral City: 1,287 (+18) cases, 16 deaths

Palm Springs: 718 (+19) cases, 25 deaths

Rancho Mirage: 184 cases, 15 deaths

Palm Desert: 759 (+6) cases, 39 deaths

Indian Wells: 34 (+2) cases, 1 death

La Quinta: 568 (+8) cases, 14 deaths

Indio: 2,532 (+40) cases, 56 deaths

Coachella: 1,873 (+27) cases, 16 deaths

Thousand Palms: 140 (+6) cases, no deaths

Bermuda Dunes: 91 cases, 3 deaths

Thermal: 125 (+2) cases, no deaths

Mecca: 297 (+8) cases, 7 deaths

North Shore: 97 (+2) cases, 1 death

Oasis: 231 (+6) cases, 2 (+1) deaths

Sky Valley: 26 (+2) cases, no deaths

Cabazon: 30 cases, 1 death

Anza: 9 (+1) cases, no deaths


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