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Month: November 2020

Riverside County provides update after several Registrar’s office staff test positive and quarantine a week before the deadline to certify election results

Riverside County said there are still Registrar of Voters employees in quarantine after dozens tested positive for the coronavirus last week. See article: Riverside County Registrar of Voters staff test positive for COVID, dozens quarantined This news came just a week before the deadline to certify election results. News Channel 3’s Caitlin Thropay has an

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Supreme Court ruling on church and synagogue Covid-19 restrictions in New York expected to impact legal challenges in California

Monsignor Howard Lincoln at Sacred Heart Church in Palm Desert talked about the possibility of having parishioners celebrating mass back indoors once again. “We’d love to get back inside the church. We’ve been outside now for two months,” said Lincoln.  Lincoln reacted Monday to last week’s decision from the U.S. Supreme Court that temporarily bars the state

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Concerns over potential shutdown looms in Riverside County as several counties tighten restrictions

Areas across the state are tightening restrictions as coronavirus cases continue to surge across California. “If they end up not allowing us to have outside dining, I’m afraid we’ll have to close just because the to-go orders are not enough to keep up-keep on everyone working here,” said manager of Louis’s Pantry, Jared Perry. Riverside

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