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Riverside County Issues New Advisory for Youth Sports

Pursuant to CDPH’s Interim Guidance and FAQ’s, beginning July 30, 2020, CDPH is allowing youth sports and physical education ONLY when the following can be maintained: (1) physical distancing of at least six (6) feet between participants; and (2) a stable cohort, such as a class, that limits the risk…

Governor Releases Guidelines for the Reopening of Schools

Govern Newsom and the California Department of Public Health released its updated guidance for schools and school based programs on Monday, August 3, 2020.  The guidance follows many rules of other previous guidance including the mandatory use of face coverings, social distancing of at least six feet, hand washing or…

COVID-19 Community Spread Continues at Alarming Rates in California and Cathedral City

It took just 31 days during the month of July to more than double the total number of all previous COVID-19 cases in California and Cathedral City.  Before July 1st, California had reported 232,657 cases of COVID-19 statewide.  By July 31, 2020, that number had climbed to 500,130 positive cases…

Riverside County to give out 10 million masks as part of ‘Masks are Medicine’ campaign

As part of a community action plan to reverse the trend in rising cases and stop the spread of COVID-19, Riverside County officials are giving away 10 million masks as part of a new “Masks are Medicine” campaign that includes a pledge campaign. “Because we do not have a vaccine…

Riverside County Health Officials Ask Residents to Call 9-1-1 When They Have Urgent Health Needs

Riverside County health officials are reminding residents to seek emergency care when they have potentially serious symptoms such as chest pains, shortness of breath or signs of a stroke, and not wait to call 9-1-1 out of fear of catching coronavirus.   Officials are concerned that residents are waiting too…

Grants Up To $20,000 Available for Minority Owned Businesses through LISC

Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), one of the country’s largest social enterprises supporting projects and programs to revitalize underserved communities and bring greater economic opportunity to residents, is offering grants ranging between $5,000 and $20,000 to businesses affected by COVID-19.  Priority is given to small businesses owned by entrepreneurs of…

Join Mayor John Aguilar in Pledging to Keep Cathedral City Safe

We as a community have to work together to keep Cathedral City safe. Together, we can all help our communities. Learn more about the Safer Together, Greater Together Pledge at www.gpsPLEDGE.com.    

“Shelter from the Storm” Here to Help Victims of Domestic Violence during COVID-19

Throughout the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has placed additional stress on families including domestic violence.  As people shelter in place at home, the underlying issues that may have caused domestic violence before having only been exacerbated during the coronavirus crisis.   Shelter from the Storm, the Coachella Valley’s only comprehensive…

New State Guidance for Outdoor Restaurants, Hair Salons, and Personal Care Services

The State of California has issued new guidance for restaurants, hair salons, and personal care services while operating outdoors.  Indoor operations are prohibited until rescinded by the State Public Health Officer.  These protocols are established to prevent community spread of COVID-19, which is occurring at elevated rates in Riverside County….

LIVE Entertainment Prohibited for All Venues

Riverside County issued an Advisory on Monday specifically pointing out that restaurants, bars, and wineries are not allowed to host LIVE entertainment under current health restriction imposed by the State Public Health Officer in order to avoid large gatherings of people outside of their households.  This includes all LIVE entertainment…