PAUL J. YOUNG City News Service PERRIS (CNS) - A world famous Perris-based skydiving operation is grounded for an undetermined period because of coronavirus exposure risks, and the business is taking a major hit to its bottom line, with no training or services for thousands of would-be clients during peak parachuting season, the manager said today. ``People all over the world, including military personnel from all over the world, come here,'' Skydive Perris General Manager Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld told City News Service. ``We are finishing up with a small (foreign) special forces group on Wednesday, but after that, we have nothing scheduled.'' According to Brodsky-Chenfeld, before Riverside County Public Health Officer Dr. Cameron Kaiser's March 17 directive limiting groups to less than 10
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