City Emergency Operation Centers operate at Level 3 in the coronavirus pandemic

With the coronavirus declared a national emergency by President Donald Trump, March 11, cities across the nation have scrambled to warn residents.The cities of Temecula, Murrieta, Wildomar, Lake Elsinore, Menifee, Hemet and San Jacinto in the Valley News coverage area have for the most part closed their city offices, while keeping their telephone lines, cell systems and social media open to residents in need of services, to pay their bills or for information on local event and meeting closures or postponements.When a national emergency is called, whether war, natural disaster, civil disorder and pandemic, city officials and their public safety teams and community health representatives are called to activate the emergency operations centers to advise residents and coordinate their
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