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Public invited to review, comment on proposed new County Charter

The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors will consider placing a new County Charter on the November ballot at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, July 14, in the Covington Chambers at the County Government Center in San Bernardino.

If approved by voters, the proposed charter would replace the current charter, which was adopted 107 years ago in 1913.

In July 2019, the Board of Supervisors appointed Chairman Curt Hagman and Second District Supervisor Janice Rutherford to a subcommittee to begin working with County staff on a charter reform package.

“Our goal was to develop a set of reforms that would modernize our charter by removing outdated language and incorporating proven good governance practices,” Chairman Curt Hagman said.

If approved by voters, the remodeled charter would:

  • Allow the Board of Supervisors to call for special elections to fill vacancies in County elected offices and to remove the Governor’s authority to make appointments to fill vacant Supervisor offices
  • Require the Board of Supervisors to create a redistricting commission to be involved in the redrawing of the boundaries of supervisorial districts every 10 years
  • Protect campaign finance rules and enforcement of those rules
  • Limit County supervisors to a total of three four-year terms
  • Limit and fix supervisor salaries to 80% of the salary of Superior Court Judges and require public hearings for any effort to change supervisor salaries and benefits
  • Require the Board of Supervisors to publicly review County Health Officer orders
  • Require the Board to periodically and publicly review the County Code and the Charter for outdated or unnecessary provisions
  • Replace gender-specific references to reflect the gender diversity on the Board of Supervisors.
  • Require the Board of Supervisors to adopt rules of order for its meetings

“These reforms — if approved by voters — will bring San Bernardino County’s governance into the 21st century by locking in good governance policies, closing the term limit loophole, allowing special elections to fill vacancies, and creating a redistricting commission,” Second District Supervisor Janice Rutherford said.

The proposed Charter, a PowerPoint presentation that will be used during the July 14 Board meeting to summarize the proposed Charter, and information on how to submit comments can be found on the New Charter website.

The 1913 County Charter

The Board will accept in-person comments during the meeting as well. However, seating in the chambers is limited due to COVID-19 restrictions.

There are 14 Charter counties in California. The State’s remaining 44 counties are, by default, General Law counties and are bound to adhere to State laws regarding the number and duties of county elected officials.

Charter counties have a limited degree of “home rule” authority that may provide for the election, compensation, terms, removal, and salary of the governing board as well as the election or appointment (except sheriff, district attorney, and assessor who must be elected), compensation, terms, and removal of all county officers

However, a charter does not give county officials additional authority over local regulations, revenue-raising abilities, budgetary decisions, or intergovernmental relations.

Nail salons, tattoo studios and other personal services OK to open June 19

The State Department of Public Health this afternoon, June 12, issued guidance that will allow nail salons, tattoo studios, and other personal care services to open back up beginning June 19.

The guidance,, covers “expanded personal care services,” which includes personal care that requires touching a client’s face, such as facials, electrolysis, and waxing. The guidance applies to esthetician, skin care, and cosmetology services; electrology; nail salons; body art professionals, tattoo parlors, and piercing shops; and massage therapy in non-healthcare settings. This guidance is intended to support a safe, clean environment for workers and customers.

The State is not yet allowing youth sports outside of day camp settings, indoor playgrounds, live theater, saunas and steam rooms, nightclubs, concert venues, festivals, theme parks, and higher education to reopen.

State authorizes movie theaters to open on Friday, with limitations

Movie theaters can reopen on Friday, June 12, provided they limit attendance for each theater to 25 percent of capacity or 100 patrons, whichever is less. This is according to guidance added Monday by the State Department of Public Health to guidance issued on Friday for family entertainment centers,

Movie theaters join campgrounds, RV parks, bars, wineries, fitness facilities, hotels, museums, and zoos in being able to reopen Friday in counties that have met certain thresholds on the number of cases, testing and preparedness, including San Bernardino County. Not included in Friday’s announcement were nail salons, tattoo studios, performance venues, and youth sports, which are not authorized to reopen.

Businesses and activities staying open depends heavily on compliance with public health guidance and safe practices. In addition to limiting gatherings to allow for physical distancing, people should wear face coverings in public and wash their hands frequently. Seniors and others who are vulnerable to illness should be especially cautious. Sharp increases in cases and hospital admissions could prompt the state to reclose businesses and activities. #SBCountyTogether

June 5, 2020 Update

The County Update is now publishing three days a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) and also as needed, in order to share important news and resources in our battle against COVID-19 and to keep our economy running. We remain here for you. #SBCountyTogether

For latest Statistics and link to our COVID-19 Community Testing page, scroll to the bottom of today’s Update

Visit our County Facebook page to view today’s weekly livestream briefing.

Preparation Guidance Issued for Gyms, Bars, Museums, and Other Businesses and Activities

California will allow schools, camps, bars, gyms and other sectors to begin reopening next Friday, June 12. These are among several new businesses and activities the State Department of Public Health today announced can reopen in those counties that have met certain thresholds on the number of cases, testing and preparedness.

The state today issued new guidance documents for these new sectors, giving each business or activity adequate time to create reopening plans. The following are the sectors that will be allowed to reopen next Friday:

-Bars and wineries

-Family entertainment centers

-Museums, galleries and zoos

-Fitness facilities



-Satellite wagering facilities

Not included in today’s announcement were nail salons, movie theaters and youth sports, which are not authorized to reopen.Most of the new businesses are part of “Stage 3” on the state’s 4-Stage Reopening Plan.

Small businesses that need assistance complying with the guidance should look into the San Bernardino County COVID Compliant Business Partnership Program, Participating small businesses can receive up to $2,500 in funding to pay for improvement, equipment, and supplies needed to comply with safety guidance.

Meeting the State’s Readiness Criteria

As announced last week, our County must continue to meet the state’s readiness criteria to continue our reopening process. We are well into the opening of accelerated Phase 2 businesses, and our numbers are holding.

-We continue to have fewer than 8 percent of residents testing positive on a weekly basis

-We have exceeded the required capacity for contact tracers (see related story below)

-We continue to build and maintain testing capacity

We thank all our businesses – and everyone who is patronizing these businesses – for following public health safety guidelines. We are progressing because we’ve all done our part. Residents are wearing face coverings, practicing physical distancing and washing their hands when entering a business (or facility). Businesses are taking care of employees and making appropriate operational changes to ensure safety. And the County is increasing testing and ensuring we have the ability to provide healthcare should there be a surge.

We are still very much #SBCountyTogether when it comes to staying healthy AND getting our economy back on track.

SB County Will Soon Share Guidelines for Schools to Reopen in August

Our County Superintendent of Schools Ted Alejandre took time in today’s weekly video briefing to congratulate graduating seniors, thank the County’s 33 school districts that worked very hard to provide distance learning as much as possible, and also share that there will be official guidelines for the districts coming out next week.

“We know how important it is to our families and students to be back in the classroom, and we all want to provide the safest environment possible for our staff and returning students,” said Alejandre. “I’ve been working with district superintendents, state agencies and as part of the state superintendent’s Back to School Task Force to develop key areas of guidance for schools on how to reopen. This guidance is being finalized now by the Department of Education and is expected to be released next week, along with another set of key guidelines being developed by the California Department of Public Health. This will all be critical information for districts to finalize their planning for the new school year.”

Alejandre said that most district calendars plan to have schools starting in August, but some will be pushed out based on conditions on the ground. The Superintendent’s office has been working in close collaboration with the Department of Public Health to determine the timeline for each district.

“All districts have been planning for different reopening scenarios that could include onsite traditional learning, distant learning and a hybrid model, said Alejandre. “Health and safety is critical, so when looking at social distancing for example, a traditional classroom that might usually hold 34 students may only have the capacity for 12. We are looking at staggered schedules and other modifications, especially as it relates to social distancing, personal hygiene and transportation.”

Districts will continue to have key conversations with labor and management groups to ensure reopening is part of a team effort. Districts have been surveying parents and community to gather input, concerns and recommendations. Districts are also beefing up communications channels so all parents are aware of new policies and procedures.

Finally, a County Collaborative has been established with representatives from all 33 districts, which will ensure our districts are sharing with each other the best ideas, strategies and resources to have a successful reopening for all 500 schools and 400,000 students in San Bernardino County.

Q&A with Esri Founder Jack Dangermond, Part 2

This second part of Chairman Curt Hagman’s interview with ESRI Founder and President Jack Dangermond video offers a broader discussion of ESRI’s contributions to society. The conversation touches on the company’s work on previous crises (including the Northridge earthquake and Hurricane Katrina) to its current efforts to help businesses rebound from the recent strict lockdowns.

Dangermond also discussed the various agencies that rely on ESRI technology (including Caltrans, state and local fire departments, and various law enforcement agencies) as well as the potential for helping address societal issues ranging from homelessness to the digital divide.

Upgrades Added to County’s COVID-19 Data Dashboard

We are excited to announce that the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health has added new charts and data to the COVID-19 dashboard to give you a more comprehensive look at new case data, doubling time and the projected number of individuals who have recovered from COVID-19 in the county.

The projected number of people who have recovered from COVID-19 in the county is nearly 2,800 people. Serology testing results are expected to be added to the dashboard in the very near future. Please view the COVID-19 dashboard on your desktop here or on your mobile device here to get the latest information on COVID-19 in the county

Twenty-five additional County jail inmates; three Sheriff’s employees test positive for COVID-19

Twenty-five additional County jail inmates have tested positive for COVID-19. Nine inmates are at the High Desert Detention Center in Adelanto, five are at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, three are at the Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center, and eight are at the Central Detention Center in San Bernardino. One of those inmates was a new arrestee and found to be positive for the virus during their medical assessment when they arrived at the Central Detention Center.

A total of 77 County jail inmates have tested positive for COVID-19. Many of the inmates are only experiencing minor symptoms of the virus. Twelve inmates have recovered from the illness. The infected inmates are in isolation, being monitored around the clock, and are being provided with medical treatment. Federal patient privacy guidelines restrict the release of additional information regarding the identity of the inmates or their medical treatment.

All inmates continue to be provided with face coverings, cleaning supplies, soap, and are urged to wash their hands repeatedly throughout the day. They are routinely reminded of the need to practice social distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Three department employees have tested positive for COVID-19.  Two are deputies assigned to corrections, and a technical support staff member who has been telecommuting from home; all are self-isolating from their homes.  A total of 22 department employees have tested positive for COVID-19.  Two additional employees, a deputy and a professional staff member assigned to corrections, have returned to work.  A total of thirteen employees have recovered from the virus; other employees are expected to return to work in the next few weeks.

Latest Stats

5,930 Confirmed Cases              (up 2.4% from the previous day)
217 Deaths                               (up 3.3% from the previous day)

70,582 Tested                           (up 1.9% from the previous day)

For more statistics from the COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard, click the desktop or mobile tab on the County’s website.

For all COVID-19 related information, including case statistics, FAQs, guidelines and resources, visit the County’s COVID-19 webpage at  Residents of San Bernardino County may also call the COVID-19 helpline at (909) 387-3911 for general information and resources about the virus. The phone line is NOT for medical calls and is available Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you have questions about social services, please call 211.

Actualización del 5 de junio de 2020

La Actualización del Condado ahora está publicando tres días a la semana (lunes, miércoles y viernes) y también según sea necesario, con el fin de compartir noticias y recursos importantes en nuestra batalla contra COVID-19 y para mantener nuestra economía funcionando. Nos quedamos aquí para usted.  #SBCountyTogether

Para obtener las estadísticas más recientes y enlace a nuestra página de pruebas de la comunidad COVID-19, desplácese hasta la parte inferior de la actualización de hoy.

Visite nuestra página de Facebook del condado para ver la información semanal de transmisión en vivo de hoy.

Orientación de preparación emitida para gimnasios, bares, museos y otros negocios y actividades

California permitirá que escuelas, campamentos, bares, gimnasios y otros sectores comiencen a reabrirse el próximo viernes 12 de junio. Estas son algunas de las nuevas empresas y actividades que el Departamento de Salud Pública del Estado anunció hoy que pueden reabrirse en aquellos condados que han alcanzado ciertos umbrales en el número de casos, pruebas y preparación.

El estado emitió hoy nuevos documentos de orientación para estos nuevos sectores, dando a cada negocio o actividad tiempo suficiente para crear planes de reapertura. Los siguientes son los sectores a los que se permitirá reabrir el próximo viernes:

-Bares y bodegas

-Centros de entretenimiento familiar

-Museos, galerías y zoológicos

-Instalaciones de gimnasios

-Terrenos de campamentos


-Instalaciones de apuestas por satélite

No se incluyeron en el anuncio de hoy salones de uñas, cines y deportes juveniles, que no están autorizados a reabrir. La mayoría de los nuevos negocios son parte de la “Etapa 3” en el Plan de Reapertura de la Etapa 4 del estado.

Las pequeñas empresas que necesitan asistencia para cumplir con la orientación deben examinar el Programa de Asociación Empresarial compatible con COVID del Condado de San Bernardino,  Las pequeñas empresas participantes pueden recibir hasta $2,500 en fondos para pagar la mejora, el equipo y los suministros necesarios para cumplir con la orientación de seguridad.

Cumplir con los criterios de preparación del estado

Como se anunció la semana pasada, nuestro Condado debe continuar cumpliendo con los criterios de preparación del estado para continuar nuestro proceso de reapertura. Estamos bien en la apertura de negocios acelerados de la Fase 2, y nuestros números están en juego.

-Seguimos teniendo menos del 8 por ciento de los residentes dando positivos semanalmente

-Hemos excedido la capacidad requerida para los rastreadores de contacto (ver historia relacionada a continuación)

-Seguimos construyendo y manteniendo la capacidad de prueba

Agradecemos a todas nuestras empresas, y a todos los que están patrocinando a estos negocios, por seguir las pautas de seguridad de salud pública. Estamos progresando porque todos hemos hecho nuestra parte. Los residentes están usando coberturas faciales, practicando distanciamiento físico y lavándose las manos al entrar en un negocio (o instalación). Las empresas están cuidando a los empleados y haciendo los cambios operativos adecuados para garantizar la seguridad. Y el Condado está aumentando las pruebas y asegurando que tenemos la capacidad de proporcionar atención médica en caso de que haya un aumento.

Todavía estamos muy #SBCountyTogether cuando se trata de mantenerse saludable y volver a poner nuestra economía en marcha.

El condado de SB pronto compartirá pautas para que las escuelas reabran en agosto

El Superintendente de Escuelas del Condado Ted Alejandre tomó tiempo en la sesión informativa semanal de hoy para felicitar a los graduados, agradecer a los 33 distritos escolares del Condado que trabajaron muy duro para proporcionar enseñanza a distancia tanto como sea posible, y también compartir que habrá pautas oficiales para los distritos que salen la próxima semana.

“Sabemos lo importante que es para nuestras familias y estudiantes estar de vuelta en el salón, y todos queremos proporcionar el ambiente más seguro posible para nuestro personal y los estudiantes que regresan”, dijo Alejandre. “He estado trabajando con superintendentes de distrito, agencias estatales y como parte del Grupo de Trabajo de Regreso a la Escuela del superintendente estatal para desarrollar áreas clave de orientación para las escuelas sobre cómo reabrir. Esta guía está siendo finalizada ahora por el Departamento de Educación y se espera que sea publicada la próxima semana, junto con otro conjunto de directrices clave que está desarrollando el Departamento de Salud Pública de California. Todo esto será información crítica para que los distritos finalicen su planificación para el nuevo año escolar”.

Alejandre dijo que la mayoría de los calendarios del distrito planean tener escuelas a partir de agosto, pero algunos serán expulsados en función de las condiciones sobre el terreno. La oficina del Superintendente ha estado trabajando en estrecha colaboración con el Departamento de Salud Pública para determinar el cronograma para cada distrito.

“Todos los distritos han estado planeando diferentes escenarios de reapertura que podrían incluir el aprendizaje tradicional in situ, el aprendizaje a distancia y un modelo híbrido, dijo Alejandre.  “La salud y la seguridad son fundamentales, por lo que cuando se mira el distanciamiento social, por ejemplo, un salón tradicional que normalmente podría albergar a 34 estudiantes sólo puede tener la capacidad de 12. Estamos viendo horarios escalonados y otras modificaciones, especialmente en lo que se refiere al distanciamiento social, la higiene personal y el transporte”.

Los distritos continuarán teniendo conversaciones clave con grupos laborales y de gestión para asegurar que la reapertura sea parte de un esfuerzo de equipo. Los distritos han estado encuestando a los padres y a la comunidad para reunir aportes, preocupaciones y recomendaciones. Los distritos también están fortaleciendo los canales de comunicación para que todos los padres estén al tanto de nuevas políticas y procedimientos.

Finalmente, se ha establecido una Colaboración del Condado con representantes de los 33 distritos, lo que asegurará que nuestros distritos compartan entre sí las mejores ideas, estrategias y recursos para tener una reapertura exitosa para las 500 escuelas y 400,000 estudiantes en el Condado de San Bernardino.

Preguntas y respuestas con el fundador de Esri Jack Dangermond, Parte 2

Esta segunda parte de la entrevista del presidente Curt Hagman con el fundador y presidente de ESRI Jack Dangermond ofrece una discusión más amplia de las contribuciones de ESRI a la sociedad. La conversación toca el trabajo de la compañía en crisis anteriores (incluyendo el terremoto de Northridge y el huracán Katrina) a sus esfuerzos actuales para ayudar a las empresas a recuperarse de los recientes cierres estrictos.

Dangermond también discutió las diversas agencias que dependen de la tecnología ESRI (incluyendo Caltrans, los departamentos estatales y locales de bomberos, y varios organismos encargados de hacer cumplir la ley), así como el potencial para ayudar a abordar problemas sociales que van desde la falta de vivienda hasta la brecha digital.

Actualizaciones añadidas tablero de datos COVID-19 del condado

Nos complace anunciar que el Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado de San Bernardino ha agregado nuevos gráficos y datos al tablero COVID-19 para darle una visión más completa de los nuevos datos del caso, duplicando el tiempo y el número proyectado de personas que se han recuperado de COVID-19 en el condado.

El número proyectado de personas que se han recuperado de COVID-19 en el condado es de casi 2.800 personas. Se espera que los resultados de las pruebas de serología se agreguen al panel en un futuro muy próximo. Por favor, vea el panel COVID-19 en su escritorio aquí o en su dispositivo móvil aquí para obtener la información más reciente sobre COVID-19 en el condado.

Veinticinco presos adicionales de la cárcel del condado; tres empleados del Sheriff dan positivo por COVID-19

Veinticinco presos adicionales de la cárcel del condado han dado positivo por COVID-19. Nueve presos están en el Centro de Detención del Desierto Alto en Adelanto, cinco están en el Centro de Detención del Valle del Oeste en Rancho Cucamonga, tres están en el Centro de Rehabilitación Glen Helen, y ocho en el Centro Central de Detención en San Bernardino. Uno de esos presos fue un nuevo arrestado y se encontró que era positivo para el virus durante su evaluación médica cuando llegaron al Centro Central de Detención.

Un total de 77 presos del condado han dado positivo por COVID-19. Muchos de los presos sólo están experimentando síntomas menores del virus. Doce presos se han recuperado de la enfermedad. Los presos infectados están aislados, siendo monitoreados durante todo el día, y están recibiendo tratamiento médico. Las pautas federales de privacidad del paciente restringen la divulgación de información adicional sobre la identidad de los presos o su tratamiento médico.

A todos los presos se les siguen provistos de coberturas faciales, artículos de limpieza, jabón y se les insta a lavarse las manos repetidamente durante todo el día. Se les recuerda rutinariamente la necesidad de practicar el distanciamiento social para frenar la propagación de COVID-19.

Tres empleados del departamento han dado positivo en COVID-19.  Dos son diputados asignados a correcciones, y un miembro del personal de apoyo técnico que ha estado teletrabajando desde casa; todos se están autoaislando de sus hogares.  Un total de 22 empleados del departamento han dado positivo en COVID-19.  Dos empleados adicionales, un diputado y un miembro del personal profesional asignado a correcciones, han regresado al trabajo.  Un total de trece empleados se han recuperado del virus; se espera que otros empleados vuelvan al trabajo en las próximas semanas.

Estadísticas diarias

5.930 Casos Confirmados         (un 2,4 % más que el día anterior)

217 Muertes                              (un 3,3 % más que el día anterior)

70,582 Probados                      (un 1,9 % más que el día anterior)

Para obtener más estadísticas del Tablero de Vigilancia COVID-19, haga clic en la pestaña de escritorio o móvil en sitio web del Condado.

Para toda la información relacionada con COVID-19, incluyendo estadísticas de casos, preguntas frecuentes, pautas y recursos, visite la página web de COVID-19 del Condado en  Los residentes del Condado de San Bernardino también pueden llamar a la línea de ayuda COVID-19 al (909) 387-3911 para obtener información general y recursos sobre el virus. La línea telefónica NO es para llamadas médicas y está disponible de lunes a viernes, de 9 a.m. a 5 p.m. Si tiene preguntas sobre servicios sociales, llame al 211.


New guidelines allow places of worship to resume services

The County today announced the reopening of places of worship with new State-specified guidelines. Under the new State guidance, issued this morning, places of worship can hold religious services, including funerals, if attendance is limited to 25 percent of a building’s capacity, but no more than 100 attendees.

“This is a great first step for our residents of faith who have refrained from gathering for more than two months,” said Board of Supervisors Chairman Curt Hagman. “The COVID-19 virus is still very present throughout our county. With places of worship, dine-in restaurants, stores, and malls now suddenly open, it is more important than ever that we practice physical distancing, wear face coverings in public, and frequently wash our hands to protect ourselves and those around us.”

The State this morning issued new guidance for religious services and cultural ceremonies,, that encourage organizations to continue online services and activities, especially for the protection of those who are most at risk from COVID-19, including older adults and people with specific medical conditions.

To reopen for religious services and funerals, places of worship must:

  • Establish and implement a COVID-19 prevention plan for every location, train staff on the plan, and regularly evaluate workplaces for compliance.
  • Train employees and volunteers on COVID-19, including how to prevent it from spreading and which underlying health conditions may make individuals more susceptible to contracting the virus.
  • Implement cleaning and disinfecting protocols.
  • Set physical distancing guidelines.
  • Recommend that staff and guests wear cloth face coverings, and screen staff for temperature and symptoms at the beginning of their shifts.
  • Set parameters around or consider eliminating singing and group recitations. These activities dramatically increase the risk of COVID-19 transmission. For this reason, congregants engaging in singing, particularly in the choir, and group recitation should wear face coverings at all times and when possible, these activities should be conducted outside with greater than 6-foot distancing.

Not adhering to all of the guidelines in their entirely could result in the spread of illness and the re-closing of places of worship. In 21 days, the State Department of Public Health, in consultation with the County Department of Public Health, will review and assess the impact of the religious services guidelines and provide further direction as part of a phased-in restoration of activities. This 21-day interval accounts for seven days for religious communities to prepare and reopen in addition to a 14-day incubation period of COVID-19.

Local information about COVID-19 can be found on the County’s COVID-19 website,

Las nuevas pautas permiten a lugares religiosos reanudar los servicios.

El Condado anunció hoy la reapertura de los lugares religiosos con nuevas pautas especificadas por el Estado. Bajo la nueva guía del Estado, emitida esta mañana, los lugares de oración pueden celebrar servicios religiosos, incluyendo funerales, si la asistencia está limitada al 25 por ciento de la capacidad de un edificio, pero no más de 100 asistentes.

“Este es un gran primer paso para nuestros residentes de fe que se han abstenido de reunirse durante más de dos meses”, dijo el Presidente de la Junta de Supervisores, Curt Hagman. “El virus COVID-19 todavía está muy presente en todo nuestro condado. Con lugares religiosos, restaurantes, tiendas y centros comerciales abiertos de repente, es más importante que practiquemos el distanciamiento físico, usemos cubiertas faciales en público y con frecuencia nos lavemos las manos para protegernos a nosotros mismos y a los que nos rodean”.

El Estado ha publicado esta mañana nuevas orientaciones para los servicios religiosos y las ceremonias culturales,, que animan a las organizaciones a continuar los servicios y actividades en línea, especialmente para la protección de las personas que están en mayor riesgo de COVID-19, incluidos los adultos mayores y las personas con condiciones médicas específicas.

Para reabrir los servicios religiosos y los funerales, los lugares de oración deben:

–Establecer e implementar un plan de prevención COVID-19 para cada ubicación, capacitar al personal del plan y evaluar regularmente los lugares de trabajo para el cumplimiento.

— – Entrenar a empleados y voluntarios en COVID-19, incluyendo cómo evitar que se propague y qué condiciones de salud subyacentes pueden hacer que las personas sean más susceptibles a contraer el virus.

–Implementar protocolos de limpieza y desinfección.

–Establecer pautas de distanciamiento físico.

–Recomendar que el personal y los huéspedes usen cubiertas de la cara, y tomar la temperatura del personal y detectar los síntomas al comienzo de sus turnos.

–Establecer parámetros alrededor o considerar la eliminación de cantos y recitaciones de grupo. Estas actividades aumentan drásticamente el riesgo de transmisión de COVID-19. Por esta razón, los congregantes que participan en el canto, particularmente en el coro, y la recitación grupal debe usar cubiertas faciales en todo momento y cuando sea posible, estas actividades deben llevarse a cabo fuera con un distanciamiento superior a 6 pies.

No adherirse a todas las pautas en su totalidad podría resultar en la propagación de la enfermedad y el recierre de los lugares de oración. En 21 días, el Departamento de Salud Pública del Estado, en consulta con el Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado, revisará y evaluará el impacto de las directrices de servicios religiosos y proporcionará más dirección como parte de una restauración gradual de las actividades. Este intervalo de 21 días representa siete días para que las comunidades religiosas se preparen y reabran, además de un período de incubación de 14 días de COVID-19.

La información local sobre COVID-19 se puede encontrar en el sitio web COVID-19 del condado,

County opens five walk-up COVID-19 testing sites starting Tuesday

The County has added five walk-up COVID-19 testing sites throughout the county.

Rancho Cucamonga – Rancho Sports Center, 8303 Rochester Ave., Rancho Cucamonga, May 28 – 29, 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Ontario – Ontario Convention Center North, 1947 Convention Center Way, Ontario, May 28 – 29, 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Rialto – Department of Behavioral Health Auditorium, 850 E. Foothill Blvd., Rialto, May 26, 12 – 3:30 p.m.,  May 27 – 29, 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Hesperia – Oaks Hills Fire Station (Old Fire Station 40), 6584 Caliente Rd., Hesperia, May 26, 12 – 3:30 p.m.
May 27 – 29, 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Joshua Tree – Copper Mountain College, 6162 Rotary Way, Joshua Tree, May 26, 12 – 2 p.m., May 27 – 29, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

All county testing sites are free of charge and do not require health insurance. Testing is available for individuals with or without symptoms of COVID-19 by appointment only. Residents can register for an appointment at Residents who cannot register online can call the COVID-19 hotline at (909) 387-3911, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please note that the COVID-19 hotline will be closed on Monday, May 25 in observance of Memorial Day.

County residents are encouraged to get tested even if they are not showing symptoms of COVID-19. Testing helps health officials track the virus in the county and helps with efforts to reopen businesses.

Additional testing sites are still being held in the Victor Valley Area, hosted by OptumServe in partnership with the California Department of Public Health. State testing is conducted at the following locations in the Victor Valley area:

Victor Valley College
71 Mojave Fish Hatchery Rd., Victorville
May 26 – 30, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Victorville Activities Center
15075 Hesperia Rd., Victorville
May 26 – 29, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Adelanto Stadium
12000 Stadium Way, Adelanto
May 26 – 29, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

State testing is available for any individuals with or without symptoms of COVID-19 by appointment only. Appointments can be made by visiting or by calling 1-888-634-1123. Please note that phone registration will only be used for people without internet access. Testing is free for all individuals, including those who are uninsured, underinsured, undocumented, or homeless. Individual testing results are confidential.

To date, more than 51,000 San Bernardino County residents have been tested at various community testing sites, as well as hospitals, health clinics, and private labs. As of today, there have been 4,365 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 176 deaths.

For information about the coronavirus crisis, visit the County’s coronavirus website at New information and resources are updated daily. The public can also contact the COVID-19 hotline from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday at (909) 387-3911, or email the County at

County cleared to reopen restaurants, stores and malls

Because San Bernardino County has flattened the COVID-19 curve and secured the resources needed to continue keeping the novel coronavirus under control, dine-in restaurants, stores and malls can now reopen with safety measures throughout the county after a state-ordered shutdown that lasted more than two months.

“San Bernardino County businesses and residents worked very hard and made tremendous sacrifices to make this moment possible,” said Board of Supervisors Chairman Curt Hagman. “Your efforts to keep our community safe and healthy have paid off. We can now proceed significantly further toward resuming our normal lives.”

“This virus is still very present throughout our county, state and nation, so we must remain vigilant by physical distancing, wearing face coverings, and washing our hands often. But our goal of minimizing illness and building the capacity to protect the vulnerable, serve the sick, and track the virus in our communities has been achieved,” Hagman said.

“We owe a debt of gratitude to our public health and healthcare professionals, who are putting in long hours on the front lines of this battle, and to our County Government team for working around the clock in support of those efforts,” he said.

The California Department of Public Health on Saturday, May 23, approved the county’s request to reopen more businesses as part of the governor’s accelerated phase two. The county submitted a revised request to move into the next phase on Friday, May 22 based on the new criteria announced by the state on Monday, May 18.

As part of the accelerated Stage 2 phase of the state recovery plan, destination retail stores, including shopping malls and swap meets, and dine-in restaurants can now reopen in San Bernardino County. Businesses that plan to reopen are required to follow state guidance detailed at Gyms, hair and nail salons, barber shops, movie theaters, sports and entertainment venues, libraries, bars and wineries, hotels and motels, and public swimming facilities won’t be authorized to reopen until stages 3 and 4.

Drive-in and virtual worship services and faith-based counseling services are authorized to proceed, and the governor said additional guidance for religious services will be announced on Monday, May 25.

The governor on Monday announced new benchmarks counties had to achieve to accelerate business reopening. The announcement came shortly after San Bernardino County sent the governor two letters seeking flexibility in charting a course for recovery. One letter was signed by the Board of Supervisors and the mayors of the county’s 24 cities and towns, the other was a joint letter from the counties of San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange and San Diego, which combined account for about a third of the state’s population.

“Our efforts clearly made a difference,” Hagman said. “Our goal now, besides achieving additional openings, is to keep our businesses open by continuing to keep our curve flat by taking precautions and avoiding unnecessary risk.”

The county is helping small businesses operate safely and stay open through the COVID-Compliant Business Partnership Program. By agreeing to enforce physical distancing, require customers and employees to wear face coverings, and practicing prudent hygiene, small businesses can receive up to $2,500 to implement those measures. Businesses can apply through the county’s COVID-19 website,

Businesses should also heed county and state guidance for a safe and sustainable reopening:

San Bernardino County Readiness and Reopening Plan:

State guidance for dine-in restaurants:

State guidance for shopping centers:

State guidance for retail:

El condado autorizado para reabrir restaurantes, tiendas y centros comerciales

Debido a que el Condado de San Bernardino ha aplanado la curva COVID-19 y asegurado los recursos necesarios para continuar manteniendo el nuevo coronavirus bajo control, restaurantes, tiendas y centros comerciales pueden reabrir ahora con medidas de seguridad en todo el condado después de un cierre ordenado por el estado que duró más de dos meses.

“Las empresas y los residentes del Condado de San Bernardino trabajaron muy duro e hicieron enormes sacrificios para hacer posible este momento”, dijo el Presidente de la Junta de Supervisores, Curt Hagman. “Sus esfuerzos para mantener a nuestra comunidad segura y saludable han dado sus frutos. Ahora podemos avanzar significativamente más hacia la reanudación de nuestras vidas normales”.

“Este virus sigue estando muy presente en todo nuestro condado, estado y nación, así que debemos permanecer vigilantes por distanciamiento físico, usando cubiertas para la cara y lavándonos las manos a menudo. Pero nuestro objetivo de minimizar la enfermedad y crear la capacidad para proteger a los vulnerables, servir a los enfermos y rastrear el virus en nuestras comunidades se ha logrado”, dijo Hagman.

Debemos una deuda de gratitud a nuestros profesionales de salud pública y de salud, que están poniendo largas horas en las líneas de frente de esta batalla, y a nuestro equipo del gobierno del condado por trabajar las 24 horas del día en apoyo de esos esfuerzos”, dijo.

El Departamento de Salud Pública de California aprobó el sábado 23 de mayo la solicitud del condado de reabrir más negocios como parte de la acelerada fase dos del gobernador. El condado presentó una solicitud revisada para pasar a la siguiente fase el viernes 22 de mayo, basada en los nuevos criterios anunciados por el estado el lunes 18 de mayo.

Como parte de la fase acelerada de la Etapa 2 del plan de recuperación estatal, las tiendas minoristas de destino, incluyendo centros comerciales y encuentros de intercambio y restaurantes de comedor ahora pueden reabrir en el condado de San Bernardino. Las empresas que planean reabrir deben seguir las instrucciones del estado detalladas en https: Gimnasios, peluquerías y salones de uñas, barberías, salas de cine, lugares deportivos y de entretenimiento, bibliotecas, bares y bodegas, hoteles y moteles, e instalaciones públicas de natación no estarán autorizados a reabrir hasta las etapas 3 y 4.

Los servicios religiosos virtuales, a través de su automóvil y los servicios de consejería basados en la fe están autorizados a continuar, y el gobernador dijo que se anunciará una guía adicional para los servicios religiosos el lunes 25 de mayo.

El gobernador anunció el lunes que los nuevos distritos de referencia tenían que lograr para acelerar la reapertura de los negocios. El anuncio llegó poco después de que el Condado de San Bernardino envió al gobernador dos cartas buscando flexibilidad en la elaboración de un curso para la recuperación. Una carta fue firmada por la Junta de Supervisores y los alcaldes de las 24 ciudades y pueblos del condado, la otra fue una carta conjunta de los condados de San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange y San Diego, que en conjunto representan aproximadamente un tercero de la población del estado.

“Nuestros esfuerzos claramente hicieron una diferencia”, dijo Hagman. “nuestro objetivo ahora, además de lograr aperturas adicionales, es mantener abiertas nuestras empresas, manteniendo nuestra curva plana tomando precauciones y evitando riesgos innecesarios.”

El condado está ayudando a las pequeñas empresas a operar de manera segura y permanecer abiertas a través del Programa de Asociación de Negocios que cumple con COVID. Al aceptar hacer cumplir el distanciamiento físico, exigir a los clientes y empleados que usen cubiertas para la cara, y practicar una higiene prudente, las pequeñas empresas pueden recibir hasta $2,500 para implementar esas medidas. Las empresas pueden solicitar su solicitud a través del sitio web COVID-19 del condado,

Las empresas también deben tomar en cuenta y poner atención a las directrices del condado y del estado para una reapertura segura y sostenible:

Plan de Preparación y Reapertura del Condado de San Bernardino:

Orientación estatal para restaurantes de comedor:

Orientación estatal para centros comerciales:

Orientación estatal para el comercio minorista:


May 22, 2020 Daily Update

This Daily Update (Monday through Friday) will share important news, information and resources related to how we are battling and getting through the coronavirus pandemic. We are here for you. #SBCountyTogether

For latest Statistics and a complete list of upcoming Testing Locations and links, scroll to the bottom of today’s Daily Update

See the livestream of this morning’s live video update on our Facebook page!

County Submits Plan to State for Approval to Open Stores, Restaurants

Earlier this week, the state provided “readiness criteria” that would allow more counties to transition more quickly into a Later Stage 2 opening, which means reopening our retail stores, malls and dine-in restaurants.

Today the County announced that San Bernardino County meets this readiness criteria, and today we have submitted our plan to the state and are requesting fast-track approval for our reopening. Approval of this “Variance and Attestation Form” would allow the County to accelerate Stage 2 opening by early next week, if not sooner.

This would allow malls, retail stores and dine-in restaurants to resume operations, with COVID-compliant safety practices in place (face covering, social distancing and sanitation).

“We know our businesses are hurting, and we know business owners are doing everything they can to prepare to open safely,” said Curt Hagman, chairman of the Board of Supervisors. “We are with you on wanting to reopen as fast as possible, and we’re going to work around the clock until you can.”

Are Swimming Pools Safe from COVID-19?

With the return of hot weather, many County residents are eying swimming pools longingly and thinking a nice dip in the water would be just the thing to cool off and relax. And what better distraction for children tired of being stuck indoors!

But should we be concerned if the coronavirus can be transmitted through a swimming pool or hot tub? Is it safe to take a swim in one’s backyard or a public pool?

The good news is that, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), there is no evidence that COVID-19 can be spread to humans through the use of swimming pools and hot tubs. Proper operation, maintenance and disinfection (i.e., with chlorine and bromine) should eliminate the coronavirus. Moreover, the sheer volume of water is likely to dilute the virus — which means swimming in lakes, rivers or the ocean also appears safe.

Of course, this doesn’t remove the concern about being around other people using the pool and its amenities! It’s ridiculous to use a face mask in water, so the real key to being safe is to maintain the same social distancing procedures used elsewhere.

  • Maintain adequate distance between swimmers – for now that means cutting down on the horseplay!
  • Avoid large groups or parties.
  • Keep lounge chairs and other pool furniture properly distanced (or remove them completely).
  • Use hand sanitizer and be sure common restrooms are cleaned and adequately stocked with soap and paper towels.
  • Regularly disinfect common surfaces such as gates, door handles, rails, tables, chairs, and drinking fountains.
  • Remind guests to wash hands regularly … and as always, to stay away if they are sick.

County Approves First COVID Compliant Business Partner!

Congratulations to Imperial Cleaners of Chino Hills and owner Mira Koh, who quickly jumped on her application to be a COVID Compliant Business Partner. She not only receives a grant for $2,500 to help make safety improvements for her business, but she can display a window sign that shows her customers she is taking the necessary steps to keep them safe.

Start your application now! The COVID Compliant Business Partnership will assist 12,000 County businesses, with grants being issued to qualified applicants on a first-come, first-served basis until the funds are exhausted.  Businesses can begin the application process by going to, where application contents and other submission requirements are listed. The application deadline is August 31, 2020.

To be eligible for participation in the Partnership, a business must have been located in San Bernardino County for at least one year, have between one and 100 employees, and be current on property tax payments. Nonprofit organizations with storefronts are eligible for the program. A key County priority is to help companies that have not received support from either the state or the federal government. Businesses that are too new or too large for the funding can still participate and receive a window sign.

A Memorial Day Message from your Board of Supervisors

For many, Memorial Day weekend is kick-off of the summer season — a time devoted to barbecues, picnics and family gatherings.

There is nothing wrong with that; we all want to relax and enjoy time with our loved ones. However, this Monday let us not forget the profound significance of the Memorial Day holiday: it is a day to remember, honor and mourn the brave men and women who gave their lives while serving in our nation’s armed forces.

As we enjoy the privilege of living freely in this great nation, we should recall that this freedom has been paid for by the ultimate sacrifice of many who came before us. We owe them a debt of gratitude.

We wish you all a wonderful holiday weekend.

Latest Stats

4,146 Confirmed Cases                 (up 4.1% from the previous day)
173 Deaths                                       (up 5.5% from the previous day)

47,909 Tested                                  (up 3.5% from the previous day)

For more statistics from the COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard, click the desktop or mobile tab on the County’s website.

Testing Locations for Weeks of May 18, May 25 and June 1, 2020

SoCal Emergency Medicine Urgent Care Centers — 7 days a week, 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Monday through Friday – Arrowhead Regional Medical Center – 400 N. Pepper Ave., Colton

8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Appointment ONLY, call 1-855-422-8029

Monday through Friday – SAC Health Systems (IEHP Members only) – 250 South G Street, San Bernardino

9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Appointment ONLY, call (909) 771-2911

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday – MCH Rural Health Clinic – 29099 Hospital Road, Lake Arrowhead

8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Appointment ONLY, call (909) 336-9715

Tuesday, May 26 – Upland Memorial Park – Foothill Blvd., Upland

10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Appointment ONLY, at

Wednesday, May 27 – Apple Valley Civic Center Park – 14999 Dale Evans Pkwy., Apple Valley

10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Appointment ONLY, at

Friday, May 29 – Montclair Place – 5060 E. Montclair Plaza Lane, Montclair

10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Appointment ONLY, at

Monday, June 1 – Arroyo Valley High School — 1881 W Base Line St., San Bernardino

10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Appointment ONLY, at

Wednesday, June 3 – Barstow Sports Park – 2800 Mayor Katy Pkwy., Barstow

10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Appointment ONLY, at

Friday, June 5 – Montclair Place – 5060 E. Montclair Plaza Lane, Montclair

10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Appointment ONLY, at

Testing is now open to any residents, regardless of showing any symptoms. County Public Health is also conducting testing at select nursing facilities for at-risk seniors living at those facilities.

State Testing Locations and Information

Daily through May 30 – Victor Valley College – 71 Mojave Fish Hatchery Road, Victorville
Monday to Friday through May 29 – Victorville Activities Center – 15075 Hesperia Rd., Victorville

Monday to Friday through May 29 – Adelanto Stadium -12000 Stadium Way, Adelanto

NOTE: No State Testing on Monday, May 25 in observance of Memorial Day

All state events are scheduled 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Appointment ONLY.
Visit or call 888-634-1123

For all COVID-19 related information, including case statistics, FAQs, guidelines and resources, visit the County’s COVID-19 webpage at  Residents of San Bernardino County may also call the COVID-19 helpline at (909) 387-3911 for general information and resources about the virus. The phone line is NOT for medical calls and is available Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you have questions about social services, please call 211.


Actualización diaria del 22 de mayo de 2020

Esta Actualización Diaria (de lunes a viernes) compartirá noticias importantes, información y recursos relacionados con cómo estamos luchando y onsiguiendo a través de la pandemia del coronavirus. Estamos aquí para usted. #SBCountyTogether

Para las últimas estadísticas y para obtener una lista completa de las próximas ubicaciones de pruebas y enlaces, desplácese hasta la parte inferior de la actualización diaria de hoy.

Sintonice Facebook en vivo hoy, viernes, 22 de mayo, a las 11 a.m., para la actualización del COVID-19 del Condado de San Bernardino. Si no puedes sintonizar esta mañana, tendremos la transmisión en vivo disponible para ver en nuestra página de Facebook.

El Condado envía el Plan al Estado para su aprobación de abrir tiendas, y restaurantes
A principios de esta semana, el estado proporcionó “criterios de preparación” que permitirían a más condados pasar más rápidamente a una apertura posterior de la etapa 2, lo que significa reabrir nuestras tiendas minoristas, centros comerciales y restaurantes de comedor.

Hoy el Condado anunció que el Condado de San Bernardino cumple con estos criterios de preparación, y hoy hemos enviado nuestro plan al estado y estamos solicitando la aprobación rápida para nuestra reapertura. La aprobación de este “Formulario de Variación y Atestación” permitiría al Condado acelerar la apertura de la Etapa 2 a principios de la próxima semana, si no antes.

Esto permitiría a los centros comerciales, tiendas minoristas y restaurantes de entrada a comer reanudar sus operaciones, con prácticas de seguridad compatibles con COVID (cobertura facial, distanciamiento social y saneamiento).

“Sabemos que nuestros negocios están sufriendo, y sabemos que los propietarios de negocios están haciendo todo lo posible para prepararse para abrir de forma segura”, dijo Curt Hagman, presidente de la Junta de Supervisores. “”Estamos con ustedes en querer reabrir lo más rápido posible, y vamos a trabajar alrededor del reloj hasta que pueda”.

¿Las piscinas son seguras de COVID-19?
Con el regreso del clima caluroso, muchos residentes del condado están echando una ojeada a piscinas y pensando que un agradable chapuzón en el agua sería lo que hay que hacer para refrescarse y relajarse. ¡Y qué mejor distracción para los niños cansados de estar atrapados en el interior!

Pero, ¿deberíamos preocuparnos si el coronavirus puede transmitirse a través de una piscina o una bañera de hidromasaje? ¿Es seguro nadar en el patio trasero o en una piscina pública?

La buena noticia es que, según los Centros para el Control de Enfermedades (CDC), no hay evidencia de que el COVID-19 pueda ser propagado a los humanos a través del uso de piscinas y bañeras de hidromasaje. El correcto funcionamiento, mantenimiento y desinfección (es decir, con cloro y bromo) debe eliminar el coronavirus. Además, es probable que el volumen de agua diluya el virus, lo que significa que nadar en lagos, ríos o el océano también parece seguro.

¡Por supuesto, esto no elimina la preocupación de estar alrededor de otras personas usando la piscina y sus comodidades! Es ridículo usar una máscara facial en el agua, así que la clave real para estar seguro es mantener los mismos procedimientos de distanciamiento social que se usan en otros lugares.

  •  Mantener una distancia adecuada entre los nadadores – por ahora eso significa reducir en el juego de caballos!
  •  Evite grupos o fiestas grandes.
  •  Mantenga las tumbonas y otros muebles de la piscina correctamente distanciados (o retírelos por completo).
  •  Use desinfectante de manos y asegúrese de que los baños comunes estén limpios y adecuadamente abastectos con jabón y toallas de papel.
  •  Desinfecte regularmente superficies comunes como puertas, manijas de puertas, rieles, mesas, sillas y fuentes para beber.
  •  Recuerde a los huéspedes que se laven las manos regularmente … y como siempre, mantenerse alejados si están enfermos.

¡El condado aprueba al primer socio comercial del Programa de Asociación empresarial que cumple con las normas de COVID!

Felicidades a Imperial Cleaners de Chino Hills y al propietario Mira Koh, que rápidamente saltó a su solicitud para ser un socio comercial del Programa de Asociación empresarial que cumple con las normas de COVID. No sólo recibe una subvención de $2,500 para ayudar a hacer mejoras de seguridad para su negocio, pero puede mostrar un letrero de ventana que muestra a sus clientes que está tomando las medidas necesarias para mantenerlos seguros.

¡Inicia tu aplicación ahora! el Programa de Asociación empresarial que cumple con las normas de COVID asistirá a 12,000 empresas del condado, con subvenciones que se emiten a solicitantes calificados en una base de primer-venir, primero-servido hasta que los fondos se agoten. Las empresas pueden comenzar el proceso de solicitud en, donde se enumeran los contenidos de la solicitud y otros requisitos de presentación. La fecha límite de la solicitud es el 31 de agosto de 2020.

Para ser elegible para participar en la Asociación, un negocio debe haber estado ubicado en el Condado de San Bernardino por lo menos un año, tener entre uno y 100 empleados, y estar al corriente en los pagos de impuestos sobre la propiedad. Las organizaciones sin fines de lucro con escaparates son elegibles para el programa. Una prioridad clave del Condado es ayudar a las compañías que no han recibido apoyo del gobierno estatal o federal. Las empresas que son demasiado nuevas o demasiado grandes para la financiación todavía pueden participar y recibir un letrero de ventana.

Un mensaje del Día de los Caídos de su Junta de Supervisores
Para muchos, el fin de semana del Día de los Caídos es el inicio de la temporada de verano, un tiempo dedicado a barbacoas, picnics y reuniones familiares.

No hay nada de malo en eso; todos queremos relajarnos y disfrutar del tiempo con nuestros seres queridos. Sin embargo, este lunes no olvidemos el profundo significado de la fiesta del Día de los Caídos: es un día para recordar, honrar y lamentar a los valientes hombres y mujeres que dieron su vida mientras servían en las fuerzas armadas de nuestra nación.

Al disfrutar del privilegio de vivir libremente en esta gran nación, debemos recordar que esta libertad ha sido pagada por el sacrificio final de muchos que vinieron antes que nosotros. Les debemos una deuda de gratitud.

Les deseamos a todos un maravilloso fin de semana festivo.

Estadísticas más recientes

4,146 Casos Confirmados                            (un 4.1% más que el día anterior)
173 Muertes                                                    (un 5.5% más que el día anterior)

47,909 Probados                                            (un 3.5% más que el día anterior)

Para obtener más estadísticas del Tablero de Vigilancia COVID-19, haga clic en la pestaña de escritorio o móvil en sitio web del Condado.

Ubicaciones de pruebas para las semanas del 18 y 25 de mayo, 2020

 SoCal Emergency Medicine Urgent Care Centers – 7 días de la semana, 9:00 a.m. a 9:00 p.m.

    • Colton Urgent Care Center – 1181 N. Mt. Vernon Ave., Colton, (909) 639-8800


    • Redlands Urgent Care Center – 301 W. Redlands Blvd., Redlands, (909) 335-1900


    • Yucaipa Urgent Care – 33494 Oak Glen Rd., Yucaipa, (909) 797-8900


De lunes a viernes – Arrowhead Regional Medical Center – 400 N. Pepper Ave., Colton

8:00 a.m. a 4:00 p.m. Cita SOLAMENTE, llame 1-855-422-8029

De lunes a viernes – SAC Sistemas de Salud (solamente miembros de IEHP) – 250 S. G St., San Bernardino

9:00 a.m. a 4:00 p.m. Cita SOLAMENTE, llame 909-771-2911

Lunes, martes, jueves y viernes – MCH Rural Health Clinic – 29099 Hospital Road, Lake Arrowhead

8:00 a.m. a 4:30 p.m. Cita SOLAMENTE, llame 909-336-9715

Martes, 26 de mayo – Upland Memorial Park – Foothill Blvd., Upland

10:00 a.m. a 2:00 p.m. Cita SOLAMENTE, en

Miercoles, 27 de mayo – Apple Valley Civic Center Park – 14999 Dale Evans Pkwy., Apple Valley

10:00 a.m. a 2:00 p.m. Cita SOLAMENTE, en

Viernes, 29 de mayo – Montclair Place – 5060 Montclair Plaza Lane, Montclair

10:00 a.m. a 2:00 p.m. Cita SOLAMENTE, en

Lunes, 1 de junio– Arroyo Valley High School — 1881 W Base Line St., San Bernardino

10:00 a.m. a 2:00 p.m Cita SOLAMENTE, en

Miércoles 3 de junio– Barstow Sports Park – 2800 Mayor Katy Pkwy., Barstow

10:00 a.m. a 2:00 p.m. Cita SOLAMENTE, en

Viernes, 5 de junio– Montclair Place – 5060 E. Montclair Plaza Lane, Montclair

10:00 a.m. a 2:00 p.m. Cita SOLAMENTE, en

Las pruebas ahora están abiertas a cualquier residente, independientemente de mostrar cualquier síntoma. El Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado también está realizando pruebas en centros de enfermería selectos para personas mayores en riesgo que viven en esas instalaciones.

Ubicaciones e información de las pruebas estatales

Diariamente hasta el 30 de mayo – Victor Valley College – 71 Mojave Fish Hatchery Road, Victorville

De lunes a viernes hasta el 29 de mayo – Victorville Activities Center – 15075 Hesperia Rd., Victorville

De lunes a viernes hasta el 29 de mayo – Adelanto Stadium – 1200 Stadium Way, Adelanto

NOTA: No hay pruebas estatales el lunes 25 de mayo en observancia del día de los CaídosTodos los eventos estatales están programados de 7:00 a.m. a 7:00 p.m. Cita SOLAMENTE –

visite o llame 888-634-1123

Para toda la información relacionada con COVID-19, incluyendo estadísticas de casos, preguntas frecuentes, pautas y recursos, visite la página web de COVID-19 del Condado en  Los residentes del Condado de San Bernardino también pueden llamar a la línea de ayuda COVID-19 al (909) 387-3911 para obtener información general y recursos sobre el virus. La línea telefónica NO es para llamadas médicas y está disponible de lunes a viernes, de 9 a.m. a 5 p.m. Si tiene preguntas sobre servicios sociales, llame al 211.

San Bernardino County Museum Association announces new executive director

The San Bernardino County Museum Association (SBCMA), the nonprofit organization established to support the San Bernardino County Museum, announced the selection of non-profit leader Zachary Tucker, MPPS, CFRE as its next Executive Director.

Tucker will lead the 60 year-old Museum Association in its goal to provide financial sustainability, resource development, and capacity building for the Museum.  The Museum has successfully embarked on bold new initiatives led by Museum Director Melissa Russo. Russo stated “Zachary Tucker is the ideal partner to lead the Association board’s fundraising efforts which are so necessary to maintain the Museum’s status as a highly regarded, accredited institution.  Our strategic plan to enhance visitor engagement, awareness, accessibility, and collections management, is well underway, and Zack’s appointment is welcome news.”

Museum Association Board President Abby Flores describes the Museum as “a tremendous asset for the community and a space designed to instill a life-long love of learning and curiosity in our children.” Flores adds that in “We are thrilled to have Zack join our team. His extensive background in non-profit management and fundraising will be critical to the Association’s ability to support the Museum and its vision for the future.”

Tucker’s nearly 30-year career has all been within the non-profit sector, the majority of it in the Inland Empire. He brings to the position an extensive background in nonprofit management, local knowledge of our region and a commitment to increasing the quality of life through the development of a strong nonprofit sector.  He has worked or been involved as a volunteer board member of educational, healthcare and arts organizations.

“I could not be happier to join the Museum Association family and build on the work of board members and staff alike that have come before me to support this important regional cultural asset.”

Working with Arts Consulting Group, one of the world’s leading arts executive search consulting firms, an executive search committee consisting of SBCMA Board of Directors reviewed a number of excellent candidates.  The Board recently voted unanimously to appoint Tucker.  His appointment was effective May 11, 2020.

Tucker earned his master’s degree in Communication from the University of Denver and his undergraduate degree in History from CSU, San Bernardino. He resides with his wife and two children in Redlands.

The San Bernardino County Museum Association (the Museum Association) solicits, manages, and distributes funds, engages in programs, and advocates to benefit the mission of the San Bernardino County Museum (the Museum).  The Museum was founded in 1952 by the Museum Association.  It opened to the public in 1957, and was donated to the County of San Bernardino in 1961.  The facility moved from Bloomington, California to its present location in Redlands in 1974, and is a San Bernardino County department in the Community Services Group.  Additional branch sites include the Victor Valley Museum in Apple Valley, the Asistencia in Redlands, the Yucaipa Adobe, the Agua Mansa Pioneer Cemetery in Colton, the Yorba-Slaughter Adobe in Chino, and the John Rains House in Rancho Cucamonga.

The Museum is an educational and cultural mainstay in the region. With a collection of more than 3 million objects, the Museum plays an integral role in providing cultural and educational programming for the residents of San Bernardino County and beyond.  Since the Museum’s founding, the Museum Association has partnered with the County to assist the Museum in developing deeper visitor engagement, enhancing stewardship and utilization of its collection, refreshing its facilities, diversifying sources of revenue, and building its organizational capacity.

The Museum and the Association are located in Redlands, California, situated within San Bernardino County. Comprised of more than 20,000 square miles and a population of 2.1 million residents, San Bernardino County is the largest county in the United States in terms of acreage, the 12th most populous, and one of the nation’s most diverse in terms of geography and demographics.  Residents and visitors to San Bernardino County can experience the arid beauty of the Mojave Desert, enjoy water sports at Lake Arrowhead or snow sports at Big Bear, and hike through the San Bernardino National Forest and National Park installations, such as Joshua Tree National Park. In addition, San Bernardino County’s diverse terrain includes tribal lands associated with peoples such as the Serrano, Cahuilla, Chemehuevi, and Mojave; military bases at Twentynine Palms and Fort Irwin; bountiful agricultural lands; and numerous historic sites located along the famous Route 66.  Redlands is conveniently located approximately 30 minutes away from Ontario International Airport and within 90 minutes of Hollywood Burbank, Long Beach, and Los Angeles International Airports.  The Museum and Museum Association are located at 2024 Orange Tree Lane, Redlands, California 92374, (909) 798-8608,

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