Riverside County eyes coronavirus red tier movement next week

Indoor dining should soon return to Riverside County, with health officials confirming Sunday, March 14, they will permit restaurants to again welcome customers into their dining rooms at limited capacity if the county moves into the less-restrictive tier of the state’s reopening plan by midweek as expected. If current trends continue, the county is headed toward the red tier of the state’s “Blueprint for a Safer Economy” Tuesday, March 16, after press time, with loosened restrictions slated to go into effect beginning Wednesday, according to the Riverside University Health System. “We welcome these loosening restrictions on our businesses and urge everyone to practice the necessary safety precautions,” county Board of Supervisors Chair Karen Spiegel said. “We’re gett
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