Riverside County’s top doctor addresses Coronavirus concerns

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To the community, As many people know, March Air Reserve Base has been hosting a group of 195 passengers who arrived at the base Jan. 29, after arriving from China. They have been under a 14-day quarantine that is set to expire Feb. 11. The group – many of whom work for the U.S. State Department or are related to someone who does – have been isolated from base personnel and were not permitted to leave the fenced quarantine area. Only official medical staff, such as health care workers with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and nurses from Riverside University Health System-Public Health, have been in direct contact with the former passengers. They have conducted temperature checks and watched for possible symptoms. At the end of the 14-day period, people who have
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