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The city is committed to providing additional resources to help educate and protect our community’s health and wellbeing. We will continually update this page with helpful and accurate information regarding COVID-19.

Local Healthcare

Eisenhower Health, not feeling well…call the hotline 760-837-8988 or 760-TEST988


State Efforts

Employee and employer information on employment, taxes, health coverage, public places


Riverside County Public Health

COVID-19: Frequently Asked Questions Concerning State and Local Orders


Local Efforts

Grocery store information and dining options


Southern California Gas Company

Customer Information
Bill Payment Options & Services During COVID-19


Twitter Feed

Extreme heat is in the forecast. Please take precautions and remember to stay cool, stay hydrated & stay safe. More beat the heat tips 👉

✔️Documents + IDs
✔️Phone + Charger
✔️Pet supplies

Putting together a Go Bag & having it easily accessible is one of the easiest things you can do to prepare for an emergency.

👉🏽 Get more tips at

California COVID-19, By The Numbers:

🔹 Confirmed cases to date: 593,141
🔹 Note: Numbers may not represent true day-over-day change as reporting of test results can be delayed

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Ensuring that people answer when a contact tracer calls is essential to stopping the spread of #COVID19.

CA is partnering with @UCSF supported by @skollfoundation to develop culturally competent training for contact tracers in our state.

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#DYK? The use of multiple substances, including tobacco, alcohol, & opioids, during pregnancy can have negative effects on a pregnant person & the developing baby. Join our next #CDCGrandRounds Live on Facebook, 8/18, at 1pm ET to learn more.

This week, Governor @GavinNewsom & @Google announced that the upcoming Android update will incorporate California’s earthquake early warning technology into all Android phones alerting millions of Californians.

Thank you Full Life and @alohaunitedway for helping people with developmental disabilities in #Hawaii acquire disaster preparedness kits!

We all have a role to play in ensuring the safety of our communities.

Build your own kit:

Californians must wear face coverings when:
🚍 Riding public transportation
🛒 Shopping or standing in line
🚶🏾‍♀️ Interacting with others outside your household


A new @CDCMMWR on #COVID19 infections among Oregon residents found about 1% of specimens tested had evidence of a past infection – 10 times the rate of infections identified by conventional testing. Wear masks. Social distance & wash your hands. See more:

Individuals impacted by the Pacific typhoon season can also use the tips below to prepare for extreme rain, wind and water events.

Don't forget to plan and discuss your emergency plan with your household, with consideration of the latest @CDCgov guidance on COVID-19.


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