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CIF Delays Start, Cancels All Fall Regional, State Championship Dates

With no youth sports guidance from the California Department of Public Health, CIF puts Season 1 Fall start dates “on hold” until further notice. The California Interscholastic Federation announced that all fall practice and competition start dates are on hold

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Iconic Coachella Valley Salon to Close at the End of the Year

After 36 Years, J Russell The Salon Will Be Closing Their Doors November 29, 2020 – Palm Desert, CA – The owners of the award-winning J. Russell The Salon! have announced that they will be closing the business on December

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California issues mandate requiring face coverings at all times when outdoors except…

The California Department of Public Health released updated guidance that requires people in the state to wear face coverings at all times when outside of their homes, with some exceptions. Individuals are exempt from wearing face coverings in the following specific settings:

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A modified stay-at-home order is now into effect for much of California

A shopper picks up toilet paper at a store in Burbank on Thursday. Paper towels and other cleaning supplies are flying off retail shelves amid a new wave of panic buying as the country faces another coronavirus surge.  (Robyn Beck/AFP via

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California Issues Curfew, Statewide

California Sets Statewide Curfews affecting over 90% of the state’s population. Starting Saturday from 10 p.m – 5 a.m. daily for a minimum of 30 days unless going to work or running critical errands. Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday announced

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Only One U.S. County Remains COVID-Free After 8 Months of Pandemic

Only one county in the United States still has zero reported cases of COVID-19 in mid-November, after more than eight months of the pandemic, while much of the country including California is returning to lockdowns and curfews for the holidays

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The Living Desert Zoo & Gardens remains open, wildlights, hiking trails accessible, gift shop remains open inside.

Gyms, restaurants, movie theaters and places of worship are among the entities affected by Newsom’s order placing The Coachella Valley back to the Purple, more restrictive Tier 1. The Living Desert Zoo & Garden’s current operations has not been impacted

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OFFICIAL: COUNTY NOW MEETS COVID TESTING THRESHOLD, Hospitals return to pre-COVID levels

Emergency Management Director Bruce Barton said “Hospitals and clinics have returned to pre-COVID levels, so those who really need care (for anything) need to come to our hospitals,” Barton said. “They are safe.” The hospitalization rates have been gradually ascending

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Free Coronavirus Testing Mobile Centers Coming to To The Coachella Valley This Weekend And Beyond.

Free Coronavirus Testing Mobile Centers Coming to the Coachella Valley, Valleywide – Here are your dates, times & locations… COACHELLA VALLEY, CA — Riverside County’s mobile testing team is returning to the Coachella Valley beginning this weekend to provide free

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CITY OF INDIO “ALL IN” FOR TESTING, Indio City Mayor and Councilmembers opt-in for COVID testing to promote tier advancement

To help Riverside County to move ahead in the state public health tiers, more testing of “healthy” individuals is needed.  To encourage others in the community and throughout the Coachella Valley, Indio’s Mayor and City Councilmembers will undergo COVID-19 testing

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FDA approves first COVID-19 drug: antiviral Remdesivir #Breaking #Coronavirus

U.S. regulators on Thursday approved the first drug to treat COVID-19: remdesivir, an antiviral medicine given to hospitalized patients through an IV. The drug is designed to obstruct the replication of the virus in the body and has become the

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California: Disneyland is too big to reopen, according to Governor Newsom

It may be “A Small World After All,” as the song goes, but On Tuesday, the state’s newly released reopening guidelines showed that while some small amusement parks may reopen, large-scale theme parks will be at the back of the

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COACHELLA VALLEY, RIVERSIDE COUNTY MOVE BACK TO MORE RESTRICTIVE PURPLE TIER

Riverside County has moved back to the more restrictive purple tier in the state’s phases of reopening. The announcement came Tuesday by County Public Health Officer, Dr. Cameron Kaiser, at the Board of Supervisors meeting. The purple tier requires many

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New California Theme Park Guidelines Coming Tuesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom Says…

He Clarifies No Widespread COVID Vaccine Until 2021 California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday that new guidelines on theme parks and team sports events are coming tomorrow. “We are going to break up the theme parks,” the governor said in his COVID-19

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RIVERSIDE COUNTY “REMAINS IN RED TIER 2” AS OF NOW!

Riverside County will remain in the red tier, state officials announced Tuesday. The state will not be making a decision on whether to move Riverside County back into the most restrictive, or "purple' tier, California Health and Human Services Secretary Read More

‘YOU SHOULD NOT GO TRICK-OR-TREATING’: CALIFORNIA RELEASES GUIDANCE FOR HALLOWEEN 🎃 2020

This article is from the California Department of Public Health SACRAMENTO – As Californians prepare to celebrate Halloween and Dia de los Muertos, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) preleased guidance for safer Halloween and Día de los Muertos

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California Rules On Gatherings: Limit To Three Families, Two Hours Or Less, No Singing

California rules on Large Gatherings to Limit to Three Families, Two Hours Or Less, and No Singing COVID-19, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday, issued new social distancing guidelines released for the entire state of California prohibiting gatherings that include more

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Riverside County schools are officially allowed to fully reopen.

The state gave the greenlight following the county’s Sept. 22 move into California’s “red tier” framework and the obligatory 14-day wait period. Now the decision shifts to each Individual School District as to what they will do moving forward. This

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All Riverside County COVID-19 hospitalization counts are currently at or below levels reported in April.

Emergency Management Director Bruce Barton told the Board of Supervisors Tuesday that virus-related hospitalizations had “stabled off” over the last month, with the patient count ebbing and flowing between 120 and 140. Thursday the EMD said 135 are now hospitalized

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Riverside County Board of Supervisors Discusses Reopening County, As State Could Move Us Back To Most Restrictive Tier

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors continues discussion to reopen Riverside County, as the state data could move us back to the most Restrictive Purple Tier 1 RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA — The state reported that the Riverside County is in

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