The pandemic has significantly changed our world for over a year now. Finally, some good news is coming to San Bernardino and Riverside Counties, as officials report the transition from the state’s most restrictive purple tier, where it has been since August 2020, to the less restrictive re…
The California Department of Public Health today, March 16, moved Riverside County into the red tier of the state’s reopening framework, allowing for more businesses to resume indoor operations. The move is based on the county’s steadily declining coronavirus cases (6.1 case rate), percentag…
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued its first set of recommendations that allow people who are fully vaccinated to gather with each other without masks.
Both the counties of San Bernardino and Riverside are cautioning residents that a number of scams are on the rise due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With many residents still at home, this gives scammers creative opportunities to take advantage of the public.
Parents with elementary students in the local school district had a big decision to make this week – keep their child in online learning or send them back to the classroom for some in-person instruction in April.
Local small businesses suffering from the economic effects of COVID-19 could get a break. Loans up to $10,000 are available through the city of Yucaipa’s small business assistance loan to grant program.
At the Yucaipa City Council meeting on Jan. 25, the council had the opportunity to hear reports from the Yucaipa Police Department, Yucaipa Fire Department and other city departments on how COVID-19 has impacted those departments.
Conditions Improving Statewide, Allowing Most Counties to Return to Most Strict (Purple) Tier of Blueprint for a Safer Economy
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- COVID-19 vaccines are becoming more available
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- COVID-19 cases on the rise in the local region
- New state order ensures distribution of health care resources during COVID-19 surge
- California health officials announce regional stay at home order triggered by ICU capacity
- Surge in COVID-19 cases
- State issues limited stay-at-home order - between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.
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