Anza residents share their COVID-19 opinions

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“It’s bull,” says Lance Alexander, referring to some of the coronavirus quarantine mandates. Anza Valley Outlook/Diane Sieker photo
The coronavirus pandemic has seriously affected the lives of residents of the Anza Valley. With the historical measures being taken to slow its spread, the virus has forever changed the rural mountain community. A good number of people have taken to social media questioning the state and county stay-at-home, social distancing and mask-wearing mandates. The Riverside County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 Friday, May 8, to direct public health officer Dr. Cameron Kaiser to rescind and amend some of the local public health orders that are stricter than California’s statewide pandemic directives. Part of this decision directed Kaiser to rescind the orders that mandated face-coverings in public throughout Riverside county, replacing it with a “strong recommendation” to social dis
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