City, State & County Updates & Orders
- California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has ordered a statewide mask mandate for indoor public spaces. The mandate will go into effect on Wednesday, December 15, 2021.
- California Department of Public Health issues travel recommendations, which supersede all prior Travel Advisories – December 15, 2021
- California Department of Public Health issues new Covid-19 testing requirements for Industry & Business (Mega Events) -December 15, 2021
- Vaccine verification or negative testing requirement Indoor Mega Events (1,000+ participants)
- FDA Approves First COVID-19 Vaccine – August 23, 2021
- Additional vaccine available for individuals in Riverside County with immunocompromised health
- California Dept. of Public Health August 16, 2021 Order – Hospital and Health Care System Surge
- Riverside County Public Health Order Q&A: Health Care Worker Vaccine Requirement – August 7, 2021
- CDPH Health Officer Order on Vaccination Requirements – August 5, 2021
- Riverside County updates to COVID-19 website will now take place weekly June 29, 2021
- Riverside County Reopening June 15, 2021
- State of California Public Health Officer Travel Guidance June 15, 2021
- State of California Public Health Officer Order Ending Travel Advisory June 11, 2021
- State of California Public Health Officer New Guidance on Masks June 11, 2021
- State of California Public Health Officer Order June 11, 2021
- State of California Executive Order ending Stay-At-Home June 11, 2021
- State of California Will Wait Until June 15 to Adopt New CDC Mask Guidelines
- California Dept. of Public Health Plans to fully open economy on June 15
- City of Rancho Mirage Extends Face Covering Order To May 6, 2021
- Riverside County Now Vaccinating All Individuals 12 & older
- Riverside County Vaccine Feedback Survey
- Riverside County Reinstates Johnson & Johnson Vaccine
- Riverside County Pauses Johnson & Johnson Vaccine
- Riverside County Launches Online Vaccine Survey
- Riverside County Advances to Orange Tier
- Riverside County Expands Vaccine Eligibility to 16 & over
- City Extends Face Covering Order Through April 1, 2021
- County Advances into State’s Red Reopening Tier – March 16, 2021
- Riverside County Health Officials Expand Vaccine Eligibility – March 15, 2021
- Riverside County Vaccine Eligibility List – March 15, 2021
- City Extends Face Covering Order through March 18, 2021
- State Issues 10:00 p.m. Curfew
- City Updates Face Covering Order
- State Updates Face Covering Guidance (November 17, 2020)
- State Orders Riverside County Back to Purple Tier (October 20, 2020)
- City of Rancho Mirage Extends Face-Covering Order to November 5, 2020
- CDPH releases updated guidance for the operation and use of outdoor playgrounds
- Riverside County moves into red tier to reopen businesses with limited indoor operation
- City of Rancho Mirage Extends Residential & Commercial Eviction Moratorium through September 3, 2020
- City of Rancho Mirage Extends Face Coverings Order through September 30, 2020
- Statewide Public Health Officer Order: Framework to provide Path for Riverside County’s Businesses – August 28, 2020
- State Issues New Guidelines for Youth Sports August 3, 2020
- State Orders Closure of More Business Sectors including Hair Salons, Gyms & Malls
- State of California Orders Closure of Indoor Dining & Other Indoor Activities in Riverside County July 1, 2020
- City of Rancho Mirage: Short-Term Rentals Resume Business
- City of Rancho Mirage Extends Residential & Commercial Moratorium to June 30, 2020
- County of Riverside Closing All Brewpubs, Breweries, Bars & Pubs Until Further Notice June 30, 2020
- County of Riverside Additional Personal Care Services to reopen Friday, June 19, 2020
- County of Riverside Businesses to Reopen June 12, 2020
- County of Riverside Offers Small Business Grants June 2, 2020
- County of Riverside – Stage 2 Reopenings Essential Businesses
- County of Riverside Hair Salons And Barber Shops Now Allowed May 26, 2020
- County of Riverside Health Officer Order May 25, 2020 – Houses of worship to reopen
- City of Rancho Mirage Face Coverings May 12, 2020 Order
- City of Rancho Mirage Extends Short-Term Rental Moratorium to June 30, 2020
- County of Riverside Reverts to State Order May 8, 2020
- County of Riverside Health Officer Amended Order – Opening Golf Courses for Limited Use May 1, 2020
- County of Riverside Health Officer Amended Order – Face Coverings, Social Distancing Continues Until June 19, 2020
- California State Public Health Officer Amended Order Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers dated April 29, 2020
- County of Riverside Health Officer News Release dated April 28, 2020
- County of Riverside Health Officer Amended Order – Opening Golf Courses April 20, 2020
- National Golf Course Owners Association Park & Play program
- County of Riverside Health Officer Amended Order – Outdoor gatherings, parks, trails and outdoor areas April 20, 2020
- County of Riverside Health Officer COVID-19 Infographic – Protective Measures & Projections April 14, 2020
- County of Riverside Health Officer Amended Order dated April 6, 2020
- County of Riverside Health Officer Orders – Face Coverings, Gathering & Parking Lot Closures April 4, 2020
When returning to your home after a storm evacuation, taking precautions is important to keep you and your family safe. It’s a good idea to follow your local health jurisdiction’s social media for updates.
Learn more about flood recovery: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/EPO/Pages/flood_recovery.aspx
Through the @CaliforniaDSS and local governments, the state is working to ensure Californians impacted by winter storms have access to shelters and other resources.
There are currently 15 shelters open across 6 counties.
For more: https://wp.me/pd8T7h-80C
You probably know someone who has not received the updated #COVID19 booster. You can answer common questions about the booster to encourage them to get it. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3u3wsHF
On Friday at the State Capitol, a 12-year-old girl and six public safety dispatchers were honored for their usage of the 9-1-1 system, saving lives of Californians.@911forkids educates our young folks on when and how to call 9-1-1.
A través del Centro de operación de inundaciones, DWR sigue apoyando las labores de ayuda en el Condado de Tulare, con Sacos de arena, mapas y modelos hidráulicos de las zonas inundadas. Un trabajo mayúsculo de agencias locales, estatales y federales.
With the support of the Legislature--including our partners in the @Cal_Progressive Caucus--we're going to hold Big Oil accountable with our proposal to root out price gouging.
Californians deserve transparency. We're working to make it happen.
In places like this farm in Dunnigan, Californians are recharging groundwater thanks to recent storms.
Today, we announced the rollback of some drought restrictions across the state as we continue investing in water capture and storage to prepare for drier months.
#DYK time is NOT a useful indicator of flood risk?
Your risk for experiencing a flood does not decrease over time, since weather and climate patterns do not adhere to any predictable schedules.
Keep your home safe with flood insurance: http://floodsmart.gov/get-flood-insurance
#DYK: People can carry TB and not have symptoms (“latent” TB)? If untreated, latent TB can progress into a serious illness. If you have previously lived in a place with high TB rates, get tested to prevent serious disease and spreading it to others.
Patients who had a Brazilian Butt Lift procedure and have symptoms of an infection should seek medical care. Report infections to your health department. Find information at http://bit.ly/3lwG0ce. #BBL