RIVERSIDE (CNS) - The decision on when to reopen nine Riverside County courthouses that have been closed as part of coronavirus mitigation efforts will depend on an overall change in conditions that make it safe to resume operations, a Superior Court official said today. On Wednesday, county Presiding Judge John Vineyard directed that all of the shuttered courthouses remain closed to the public until at least May 1. The previous closure order had been scheduled to expire Friday. ``We are making the decision to extend closures in two-week increments,'' Superior Court spokeswoman Marita Ford told City News Service. ``That is due to the fact that government and other state court orders change, restrictions change -- social distancing, masks, exposure -- and we want to be able to reassess o
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