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Riverside County health officials open new COVID19 vaccine site in Moreno Valley

March 05, 2021

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The former Sears building at the Moreno Valley Shopping Mall is being converted to a COVID-19 vaccine site. The new site, located at 22550 Town Circle, will begin vaccinating people Monday (March 8) from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Riverside County, Lift to Rise, and Inland SoCal United Way, Announce Applications for Next Round of United Lift Rental Assistance

March 05, 2021

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The economic fallout brought on by COVID-19 continues to negatively impact communities through Riverside County. In response, United Lift––a joint effort by Lift to Rise, Inland SoCal United Way, and the County of Riverside––announced that new rental assistance resources will soon become available to keep Riverside County families housed.

Moderate and high-contact youth and adult sports may now resume in Riverside County

March 02, 2021

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Moderate- and high-contact sports, including soccer, football, baseball, cheer and water polo, may now resume in Riverside County as the county’s adjusted case rate is 11.3. The case rate is updated every Tuesday and posted online at www.rivcoph.org/coronavirus. The state issued new sports guidance recently allowing certain moderate- and high-contact sports to begin in counties with an adjusted case rate of 14 cases or fewer per 100,000 residents. The new guidance also applies to adult recreational sports teams, in addition to youth sports.

Changes to COVID-19 vaccination clinics to better serve Riverside County residents

March 01, 2021

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Riverside County health officials have planned a series of changes to better serve residents and provide more opportunities for COVID-19 vaccinations. The updated clinics, which will take effect this week, will also help provide better access to COVID-19 testing by converting the Perris Fairgrounds into a fulltime testing site. “The changes that are planned will help provide vaccines in locations where they are needed and give greater access to residents in those communities,” said Kim Saruwatari, director of Public Health. “We wish to thank the Corona-Norco Unified school District for its cooperation with the Corona High School site, which was a great location for the community.”

Riverside County health officials continue to urge residents to get tested for COVID-19

February 24, 2021

Riverside County health officials continue to urge residents to get tested for COVID-19
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Active coronavirus cases have been declining in Riverside County for weeks. Riverside County currently meets one of the state’s metrics to move into the red tier, however, both the red tier’s metrics for adjusted case rate and positivity rate must be met to move forward.