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Changes to COVID-19 vaccination clinics to better serve Riverside County residents

March 01, 2021

Changes to COVID-19
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Riverside County health officials have planned a series of changes to better serve residents and provide more opportunities for COVID-19 vaccinations. The updated clinics, which will take effect this week, will also help provide better access to COVID-19 testing by converting the Perris Fairgrounds into a fulltime testing site. “The changes that are planned will help provide vaccines in locations where they are needed and give greater access to residents in those communities,” said Kim Saruwatari, director of Public Health. “We wish to thank the Corona-Norco Unified school District for its cooperation with the Corona High School site, which was a great location for the community.”

Riverside County health officials continue to urge residents to get tested for COVID-19

February 24, 2021

Riverside County health officials continue to urge residents to get tested for COVID-19
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Active coronavirus cases have been declining in Riverside County for weeks. Riverside County currently meets one of the state’s metrics to move into the red tier, however, both the red tier’s metrics for adjusted case rate and positivity rate must be met to move forward.

More youth and adult sports may soon resume in Riverside County

February 23, 2021

More youth and adult sports may soon resume in Riverside County
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Informed consent and weekly COVID-19 testing may be required for specific sports Moderate- and high-contact sports, including soccer, football, baseball, cheer and water polo, may soon resume in Riverside County if the county’s case rate continues to decline.

Schools with approved COVID-19 prevention plans may return to in-person instruction

February 23, 2021

Schools with approved COVID-19 prevention
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Riverside County’s adjusted case rate for new COVID-19 cases dropped below a threshold that will allow transitional kindergarten through sixth grade education to reopen in accordance with the state’s framework. Today marked the milestone for Riverside County’s adjusted countywide daily COVID-19 cases of less than 25 per 100,000 residents.

County launches survey to hear from residents living in unincorporated areas on needed services, programs

February 22, 2021

We want your feedback
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The County of Riverside launched a survey to hear from residents living in unincorporated areas about the services and programs that are most in need. The unincorporated communities initiative recognizes that building strong community wellbeing requires critical services and infrastructure.