DA’s office, Corona Chamber partner in anti-fentanyl campaign

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Valley News - Health
The risks of using the synthetic opioid fentanyl are the subject of a public messaging campaign jointly undertaken by the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office and the Corona Chamber of Commerce, whose representatives said Thursday, Sept. 9, the goal is to prevent future fentanyl-related deaths.“Our community members are dying at an alarming rate due to fentanyl poisonings,” District Attorney Mike Hestrin said. “Our office looks forward to future collaborations with our county partners and the Corona Chamber of Commerce.”The chamber and DA’s office teamed up on the production of bumper stickers using the phrase “What’s In Your Pills? Fentanyl Kills.” The stickers are being placed on law enforcement vehicles and will be widely distributed during public outre
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