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Alert: Riverside County Advances to Red Tier

More Businesses Can Re-Open, Some Restrictions Eased
Gyms, movie theaters, restaurants, and other businesses in Riverside County can serve customers indoors with restrictions starting Wednesday, March 17, after the county advanced into the red tier of California’s coronavirus reopening framework.
Updated metrics posted Tuesday, March 16, by the state showed the county moved into the red tier after its adjusted rate of new cases fell to 6.1 per 100,000 residents. That was the final hurdle standing between the county, which has been in the purple tier, and red-tier status.
The county also qualifies for the red tier because of its low COVID-19 positive test rate (3.3%) and low positive test rate in disadvantaged communities (3.7%). Read More
Some of the new guidelines in the Red Tier
(comprehensive list available in the "Read More" link above)
Re-opening for indoor operations
  • Restaurants - 25% capacity or max 100 individuals
  • Movie Theaters - 25% capacity or max 100 individuals
  • Gyms and Fitness Centers - 10% capacity
  • Museums, Zoos, Aquariums - 25% capacity
Allowed to expand indoor operations
  • Retail - 50% capacity
  • Shopping Centers - 50% capacity
  • Amusement Parks (Beginning April 1) - 15% capacity
  • Outdoor Live Events (Beginning April 1) - 20% capacity
Join us for tomorrow's Business Briefing, where Supervisor Karen Spiegel will provide an update on this from Riverside County.
Upcoming Events
Corona Chamber Business Briefing: "Moving Forward"
Wed, Mar 17 | 10-11am
Good Morning, Corona "Law & Order" update
Fri, Mar 19 | 7:15-8:45am
In person at 2450 Wardlow Rd., Corona 92880 or virtual
Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting: American Scuba Academy
Sat, Mar 20 | 1-3pm
1551 E. Ontario Ave., Corona 92881
Speed Networking Virtual Mixer
Thurs, Mar 25 | 4-5pm
Corona Chamber | 951-737-3350

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