After remaining stagnant for weeks, the number of positive cases of the coronavirus are on the rise in Big Bear Valley.
Effective June 18, anyone in California must wear a face covering in public especially in high risk situations. Most requirements are for indoors, but also include outdoor spaces when 6 feet of physical distance cannot be maintained.
The city of Big Bear Lake hosts a testing site for those who feel they may be infected with the coronavirus. The test will be administered by appointment on Friday, June 19.
San Bernardino County was granted a variance to the state stay-at-home order late Saturday, which allows most businesses in the Valley to operate officially in compliance with the Governor's Resilience Roadmap.The variance granted to the county includes the city of Big Bear Lake.All business…
The data released today regarding confirmed cases of COVID-19 in San Bernardino County showed a new total for Big Bear — nine confirmed cases. A case attributed to Big Bear City has been dropped.
The call went out via social media to support a protest of sorts in Big Bear Lake. Business owner Tina Follett put up a sign she is losing her business and wants the city, state and anyone else listening to know she supports opening the city and letting businesses resume operations.