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88 new coronavirus cases, 4 deaths reported in San Bernardino County

San Bernardino County health officials confirmed 88 new coronavirus cases and 4 deaths on Thursday. The total number of positive cases in the county is now 729 with 24 deaths. A total of 6,816 people have been tested. Cases in each city: Adelanto: 3Alta Loma: 6Apple Valley: 10Barstow: 8Big Bear City: 2Big Bear Lake: 3Bloomington: 8Blue Jay: 2Chino: 27Chino Hills: 27Colton: 13Crestline: 1Fontana: 87Fort Irwin: 1Grand Terrace: 5Hesperia: 26Highland: 28Joshua Tree: 1Loma Linda: 14Mentone: 4Montclair: 8Morongo

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Three more San Bernardino County Sheriff deputies test positive for coronavirus

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department announced that three additional employees tested positive for coronavirus.   According to the department, one of the employees was a detective. The detective was off work over the last two weeks with flu-like symptoms. The other two cases were professional staff employees, one assigned to corrections and one assigned to

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Redlands-based Esri providing key technology in fight against coronavirus

Map credit: Johns Hopkins University By now you most likely recognize the interactive dashboard created by Johns Hopkins University used to geographically track coronavirus cases, deaths and recoveries. The company that created the software and runs the hardware to power the dashboard is Redlands-based Esri, whose representative tells us the dashboard is currently receiving three million

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Health officials providing update on Riverside nursing facility evacuation

Riverside County Health officials will be holding a briefing to provide an update on the evacuation of a Riverside skilled nursing facility Wednesday morning. Expected speakers include, Dr. Cameron Kaiser, Riverside County Public Health Officer, Bruce Barton, director of the County of Riverside Emergency Management Department, & Chief Larry Gonzalez, Riverside Police Department Chief. According

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CA ships hundreds of ventilators out of state, denies county’s request for them

As California ships out hundreds of ventilators to other hard-hit states, Riverside County officials continue to warn we are just weeks away from reaching capacity for critical medical equipment locally. Governor Newsom loaned 500 state-owned ventilators to the national stockpile, shipping them to hotspots including New York and six other states. That’s the same number

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