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  • The Desert Sun
    San Bernardino County officials on Wednesday clarified the county's public health order that required all residents wear face coverings outside their home, including in their vehicles, and mandating that faith-based services be electronic only. Regarding face coverings, the county said drivers traveling alone or with family do not need to wear ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Drive-in religious services planned this week in San Bernardino County can proceed, but congregants must be kept apart to avoid spreading the novel coronavirus, county officials said Wednesday, April 8. The county clarified its Tuesday, April 7, order that told people to stay home and not participate in drive-up religious services, including ...
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  • Redlands Daily Facts
    While, technically, San Bernardino County residents can be fined or imprisoned for not covering their faces in public during the novel coronavirus pandemic, the sheriff’s department doesn’t plan to punish violators. “Deputies will not be stopping persons and citing them simply because they are not wearing face coverings,” Jodi Miller ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Stuck at home and wondering where you can order pick-up or what pharmacies are open? Redlands has a map for that. Coronavirus in Redlands: COVID-19 coverage from The Redlands Daily Facts San Bernardino County residents must wear masks in public, have virtual religious services to slow coronavirus Graduation ceremonies postponed at Redlands ...
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  • Washington Times
    San Bernardino County, California, is ordering residents to wear face coverings in public due to the coronavirus pandemic or risk getting fined and possible jail time.
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Riverside’s Brockton Plaza opened in the 1950s and in many ways seems untouched by time. But in the wake of the novel coronavirus, the mid-century shopping center may lose one of its mainstays. The Soup Shoppe’s current owner, Anja Walker, has closed the restaurant and believes it will be tough to reopen once the threat of COVID-19 passes ...
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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Parks remain open during regular hours, but people are required to follow social distancing guidelines and wear masks or face coverings, as ordered Tuesday, April 7, by San Bernardino County public health officials. There are about 40 parks in town. Neighboring cities such as Rialto and San Bernardino also have closed park amenities during the ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    For information, go to www.youthoftheyear.org. Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Redlands-Riverside has sites in Corona, Loma Linda, Mentone, Moreno Valley, Rancho Cucamonga, Redlands, Riverside, San Bernardino and Victorville. The clubs serve more than 3,000 youth daily in after-school programs and offer winter and summer camps.
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    RIVERSIDE — Rain will continue to fall throughout Riverside and San Bernardino counties Wednesday, and temperatures will be colder, meaning snow is likely in the mountains, according to the National Weather Service. A winter storm warning will remain in effect until 5 a.m. Friday in the mountain communities above 5,500 feet in Riverside and ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    More than 80 patients in a Riverside skilled nursing facility are being evacuated Wednesday morning, April 8, after employees of the facility with 39 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus did not show up to care for sick patients two days in a row, Riverside County officials said. Eighty-four residents of Magnolia Rehabilitation and Nursing ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Amazon has hired more than 3,700 new employees in Riverside and San Bernardino counties to meet the surge in deliveries caused by the coronavirus pandemic, officials announced Tuesday, April 7. The e-commerce giant has brought on more than 80,000 employees nationwide since March 16 and has invested more than $350 million to support employees ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    An Orange County recruiting firm will help San Bernardino find its next city manager. Last month, the City Council approved a $19,500 contract with Huntington Beach-based Bob Hall & Associates to recruit qualified candidates for the city’s top administrative position. According to the firm’s website, Hall, a former city manager himself ...
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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco, armed with the legal authority to arrest those who fail to observe the county public health officer’s order to wear masks in public, said his deputies will not cite violators.
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    In the 10 days since Mt. Rubidoux was closed to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, it’s been visited at least 1,174 times. Except for a handful of days — such as the recent downpours — the closed mountain had more than 100 people per day, and at least 211 walked through the entrances on 9th Street and Glenwood Drive on March 29 ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    San Bernardino County’s novel coronavirus cases ticked up by 17 on Tuesday, April 7, as an additional death was reported. There are 547 cases of COVID-19 in the county, up from the 530 reported Monday. Seventeen people have now died from the disease in ...
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