RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Riverside County Public Health Officer Dr. Cameron Kaiser confirmed two new COVID-19 cases in the Coachella Valley today, bringing the county total to 14.
The announcement means there are now 12 residents — all in the
Coachella Valley — receiving treatment for COVID-19. Most are self-quarantined
Additionally, two residents aboard a cruise ship that docked in San Francisco Bay were diagnosed with the virus last month and remain in Northern California. They did not contract the illness while in Riverside County, according to health officials.
Kaiser ordered all schools — including college campuses -— to close starting Monday and continuing to April 3 in a precautionary move to mitigate potential the spread of coronavirus, which causes the disease