Anza residents cope with coronavirus quarantine

Jayme Millslagle enjoys a socially distanced quarantine dinner with her daughter. Anza Valley Outlook/Courtesy photo
While the coronavirus ravages great swaths of the nation, residents of the Anza Valley are making the best of the new normal designed to keep them safe. Staying at home, avoiding social events, wearing mandatory masks in public and sanitizing every surface are required health mandates in effect to protect everyone’s health. Anza residents are rising to the challenge. From making face masks for others, collecting and distributing food and toiletries to those in need and keeping in touch with neighbors, people are still connecting and coping well. “I have been blessed in having Anza help me,” Darla Mungar said. “The stores are open so I don’t have to go to Temecula. I had my heart repaired years ago, so I’m trying to stay home. We’ve been working on weeds and cleaning the
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