Drive-up church services that practice proper social distancing will be allowed this weekend in Riverside County, although the order to prohibit such activities will remain after Easter Sunday.
This clarification issued today from County Executive Officer George Johnson, who is the Director of Emergency Services during emergencies and disasters, includes drive-up services for April 10, 11, and 12.
Health officials continue to believe that residents should remain at home and only travel for essential services, such as grocery shopping, trips to the pharmacy and purchasing gasoline. Residents are also required to wear a face covering whenever they leave their residences. The order remains in effect until April 30.
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