Supervisors to consider ending remaining coronavirus health orders

The news comes just a day after the county public health officer extended public health mandates to June 19

RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Riverside County Board of Supervisors Chairman Manuel Perez said today he will ask the full board on Tuesday to terminate the remaining public health orders issued by the county's top health official. Perez said he and Supervisor Karen Spiegel will jointly present a motion to nullify the four active health orders Public Health Officer Dr. Cameron Kaiser had amended Wednesday to keep in effect to June 19. The orders include wearing face coverings outside the home at all times or face misdemeanor charges and fines, barring short-term rentals except in the case of providing emergency shelter for vulnerable persons, placing limits on golfing, keeping schools closed and mandating social distancing. If a majority of the board votes to rescind, the county will revert to align
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