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Riverside County Riverside County launches online survey for vaccine feedback

April 16, 2021

Vaccination Survey
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Riverside County has launched an online survey that seeks input from residents regarding their views about the COVID vaccine. The survey is part of an effort to better understand the public’s feelings about vaccination and the experiences they have had with coronavirus to this point. 

Riverside County follows federal guidance and places pause on Johnson & Johnson vaccine

April 13, 2021

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Riverside County has temporarily placed a “pause’ on the administration of Johnson and Johnson vaccines at its clinics, following a recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

New website to watch board of supervisors meetings online

April 09, 2021

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Riverside County’s new RivCo TV website will now stream upcoming Riverside County Board of Supervisors meetings, along with other public commission meetings, starting Tuesday (April 13).

Riverside County health officials closing Tahquitz High School vaccine site; opening new location at Alessandro High School gym

April 08, 2021

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Hemet gym site will start providing vaccinations starting Tuesday, April 13. The COVID-19 vaccine site at Tahquitz High School in Hemet is closing at the end of the day on April 9. A replacement site is being located a few miles away within the Alessandro High School gymnasium, across the street from Jacob Wiens Elementary School, 935 E. Campus Way, Hemet, 92543.

Riverside County to advance into state’s orange reopening tier Wednesday

April 06, 2021

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The State of California announced that Riverside County will move into the orange tier of the state’s reopening framework Wednesday (April 7). The move is based on meeting a statewide goal to administer 4 million vaccines in disadvantaged communities, and the subsequent loosening of the case rate threshold to move into the orange tier. Tomorrow, more residents and patrons may be indoors at businesses and places of worship. Bars will also reopen outdoors for the first time since June 2020.