San Bernardino County plans to hold a drive-thru testing site in Victorville on April 2.
San Bernardino County recorded its first case of COVID-19. a week ago. There are now 17 confirmed cases in the county. No deaths have been attributed to the coronavirus in San Bernardino County.
It seems that each and every day brings something new in the coronavirus emergency. New cases, new orders, new information on testing and treatments. It’s a time of uncertainty and unknowns.
The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in San Bernardino County jumped to 111 on March 29. This marks the largest number of cases confirmed in one day since the first case was confirmed on March 15.
As of March 28, the number of positive COVID-19 cases is at 76, an increase of 12 from the previous day. The death toll remains at three as of Sunday morning.
The Pacific Southwest Region of the US Forest Service has responded to the shelter-in-place order issued by California Governor Gavin Newsom. Developed recreation facilities — campgrounds, picnic areas and yellow post campsites — are closed to the public until at least April 30 in an attempt…