As Fresno County deals with the purple tier restrictions in the state’s COVID-19 reopening blueprint once again, the county and the City of Fresno are focussed on education before punishment.
Receiving a $25 gift card in exchange for a coronavirus test will be the new reality for some in Kern County.
Newsom made the unusual Monday announcement, saying the state needed to pull “an emergency brake” on the pandemic response.
Fresno County’s prospects to stay in the state’s red tier of the COVID-19 reopening blueprint do not look good.
Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday that more California counties are poised to move backward on the state’s reopening system as COVID cases increase.
A Sutter County judge suspended Gov. Gavin Newsom’s ability to issue new executive orders under an emergency powers law created in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
The California Department of Public Health released updated guidance last Friday regarding private gatherings amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Amid another scare, more intensive COVID-19 restrictions are not imminent for Fresno County.
Fresno County can breathe a sigh of relief – a return to the purple tier is not on the horizon. …
Two weeks after moving into the red tier in the state’s reopening scheme, Fresno County is facing a nightmare scenario of returning to purple status.