Positive cases in San Bernardino County took the largest jump since tracking began of COVID-19, growing to 530 positive cases, a spike of 157.
What was supposed to be an hour long session hosted by the Big Bear Chamber of Commerce and the city of Big Bear Lake lasted 30 minutes. With close to 80 participants, the unlimited meeting was not an option.
The Big Bear Chamber of Commerce and the city of Big Bear Lake host a Q&A session to answer questions regarding resources available to small businesses during the COVID-19 emergency.
Close to 30 people called in April 2 to participate in the Big Bear Municipal Water District board meeting. The influx created technical difficulties with feedback reportedly caused by people utilizing phones and speakers too close together.