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Get tested for coronavirus. It’s not that bad, I promise.

If you still, for whatever reason, have not had a coronavirus test, I have some good news for you: it’s not that bad. Well, it’s...

County adds walk-up COVID-19 testing sites

As Riverside County closes in on the 120,000 mark for testing of the coronavirus, county health officials announced that new walk-in testing sites were...

Funds available for small businesses struggling after public health shutdowns

Riverside County Supervisor Karen Spiegel said Friday, May 29, that $45 million in federal money is available to small businesses countywide impacted by the...

Community leaders test for coronavirus in Lake Elsinore

Local elected and community leaders from throughout southwest Riverside County were tested for coronavirus at The Diamond Stadium testing site in Lake Elsinore as...

Coronavirus cases spike after holiday weekend in Riverside County

Riverside County announced on Memorial Day that the county had registered the highest one-day increase of COVID-19 cases since they began keeping track almost...

CVS to open 2 drive-thru coronavirus testing sites in Riverside, Eastvale

RIVERSIDE (CNS) - CVS Health announced today that it will open two drive-thru testing sites in Riverside County starting tomorrow. The company expects to open...

Riverside County wants young adults to get tested for COVID-19

Citing a belief that young adults in Riverside County are underrepresented in testing data, the Riverside County University Health System is asking residents ages...

Supervisors vote to delay decision on county COVID-19 restrictions

Jeff Pack Staff Writer  After more than nine hours of discussion and public comment by residents and public officials on both sides of the issue during...
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COVID-19 testing expands, as some restrictions loosen

Dr. Cameron Kaiser, public health officer for Riverside County, announced Thursday, April 16, that the county would be expanding testing for coronavirus to residents...

Temecula lights up city hall in solidarity during COVID-19 pandemic

Temecula Mayor James “Stew” Stewart wanted to do something to show unity while the city, along with the rest of the nation endures stay-at-home...