In an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus and continue to advance the Riverside County’s efforts to adhere to the state’s metrics for successfully reopening, Public Health employees are getting tested for the virus.
More than 175 employees were tested at last week’s testing clinic made available to staff at the County Administration Center in Riverside. Additional County office locations will provide coronavirus testing to employees in the coming weeks.
Residents can make an appointment to get tested by visiting gettested.ruhealth.org.
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The City of Temecula’s 4th of July extravaganza includes a parade, activities, and a fireworks show. The parade will start at 10 a.m. in Old Town. Starting at 2 p.m.,
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Editor, I would like to take this time to thank several businesses that have graciously supported Canyon Lake Middle School’s 21st Annual 8th Grade Dance: BJ’s Restaurant, Cochren Realty, Escalera
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