COVID-19 affects local businesses, schools and governments with cancellations, upgraded health and safety policies 

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Promenade Temecula stands empty of shoppers Thursday, March 12. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
LAST UPDATE: March 13, 8:55 a.m. Editor's note; Due to the high number of cancellations, Valley News will continue it's coverage in a series of separate stories to include, education, sports, business, national, regional and cities. Be sure to watch myvalleynews.com for all COVID-19 updates. As COVID-19 continues its spread across southern California and the country, many local businesses and organizations have begun to cancel activities or increased safety precautions to protect the public from the disease, which at this time has no cure. Many of the cancellations came Thursday, March 12, after Gov. Gavin Newsom, late Wednesday, March 11, advised issued sweeping, statewide “guidance” in response to the coronavirus pandemic, asking Californians to postpone all nonessential ga
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