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The County COVID-19 dashboard now includes confirmed cases of COVID-19 by city. The dashboard can be viewed on wp.sbcounty.gov/dph/coronavirus. “The number of cases by city provides a picture of community spread within our county,” stated County Acting Health Officer Dr. Erin Gustafson. “However, residents of cities not listed or with

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Twelve elderly residents of a nursing facility in Yucaipa tested positive for COVID-19 today and a resident of a second nursing facility in Mentone is presenting symptoms of the disease. County Public Health professionals are working closely with both facilities to expedite the immediate testing of all residents and employees

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A 46-year-old man with underlying medical conditions today became the second person to die in San Bernardino County from causes associated with COVID-19. Fifty-four positive cases have been reported within the county. “This is a second sad reminder of the seriousness of this pandemic,” said Dr. Erin Gustafson, San Bernardino

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Members of the Board of Supervisors, Sheriff John McMahon, County Public Health Director Trudy Raymundo, physicians from Arrowhead Regional Medical Center and other county officials will provide an update on the novel coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis within the county and answer questions from journalists during a press conference Wednesday morning at 10

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San Bernardino County today reported its first death associated with novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Earlier today, the County reported 31 total cases. Seven additional cases have been confirmed since then, which brings the total case count to 38. The patient who died was a 50-year-old male with underlying health conditions. “Our

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San Bernardino County today reported a total of 31 cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19), an increase of 14 since Sunday afternoon. The County has no deaths attributable to the disease. Additional cases are expected to emerge as more test results are reported to the County. California Gov. Gavin Newsom and

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