Murrieta City Council reports on city coronavirus response through May 5

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Murrieta City Council provided a lengthy COVID-19 virus update to the general public during a special called meeting May 5, at 1 p.m. in lieu of the regular meeting that same evening. Each councilmember, led by Mayor Gene Wunderlich, gave reports on the different aspects of COVID-19 activities that have and are taking place in the city. Wunderlich began with a review of the federal government’s declaration of the COVID-19 outbreak in the nation that has come into the city, who brought the council up to date on the latest federal legislation passed in respect to the raging coronavirus pandemic. He reviewed the four major pieces of legislation passed by the government to help the people and businesses across the country including the massive $2.5 trillion economic relief package.
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