Riverside County moves into red tier, supervisors push for more

Health care workers conduct tests at the state run COVID-19 testing location at the Grace Mellman Community Library in Temecula. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Riverside County moved into the red tier of the state’s reopening plan, Thursday, Sept. 24, which according to the county, paved the way for more businesses and community places to resume indoor operations.With the new orders, personal care services including nail salons, tattoo shops, massage and esthetician services could once again move indoors, joining hair salons and barber shops.Restaurants, churches, movie theaters, museums, zoos and aquariums were also permitted to resume indoor operations at 25% capacity, gyms at 10% and indoor shopping malls up to 50%.“Now that Riverside County is in the red tier, more of our local businesses that have been badly hurting throughout this pandemic can return indoors,” Karen Spiegel, vice chair of the Riverside County Board of Supe
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