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Eviction Notice

Updated: Governor, Bishop City Council and Mono County Supervisors Ban Evictions

Gov. Newson Bans Evictions in California through May 31 for Renters Affected by COVID-19 City of Bishop and Mono County Supervisors Implement Similar Ordinance to Protect Renters Governor Gavin Newsom signed an Executive Order N-37-20 on Friday, March 27, banning evictions across California through May 31 for renters affected by the coronavirus. The order prohibits landlords, law […]

 
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Still No Final Decision on Mule Days

Press Release 3/26/2020- Mule Days Board In 1970, Bishop Mule Days Celebration rose from humble beginnings to bring a world-class mule show to the Eastern Sierra. We have become the premier mule show in North America. Our annual event brings visitors from all walks of life: RV enthusiasts, campers, equine enthusiasts, contestants, celebrities, fans and […]

 
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Bishop & Big Pine Restaurants for Delivery & Takeout 

Bishop & Big Pine Restaurants for Delivery & Takeout Updated 3/26/20 Copper top BBQ 760-970-5577 Take out Hings Donuts 760-872-4369 Take out Las Palmas 760-873-4337 Take out Mercado Mexico 760-873-4546 Take out Rolling Chef 310-570-0041 Take out Salsas 442-228-5016 Take out Subway 760-873-7827 Take out Two Brother from Italy 760-263-7097 Take out Mountian Rambler Brewery […]

 
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Coronavirus Daily Update

Third and Fourth Positive COVID-19 Cases in Mono County

March 25, 2020 – A positive COVID-19 test result was received late March 24 from a Mammoth area resident who is critically ill in Reno hospital. We transferred this patient a few days ago. This patient, who cannot be interviewed because of his/her condition has no known links to other cases. This individual potentially exposed […]

 
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No. You cannot contract COVID-19 from drinking water, says Calif. State Water Board

Besides some panic-buying shoppers going a little crazy buying toilet paper, they have also been seen clearing shelves of bottled water over concerns of unsafe drinking water from the coronavirus. Another coronavirus myth in the making right next to the one that drinking water every 15 minutes kills the virus. According to the State Water […]

 
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SECOND POSITIVE CASE OF COVID-19 IN MONO COUNTY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Mono County Health Department and Mammoth Hospital POSITIVE CASE OF COVID-19 IN MONO COUNTY March 24, 2020 – A positive COVID-19 test result was received late March 23, a specimen collected seven days earlier from a young positive COVID-19 test result woman with an influenza-like illness (fever, body aches and cough). She […]

 
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Inyo County Offices Closed to Walk-In Visitors

INYO COUNTY, March 23, 2020 – California Governor Gavin Newsom issued Executive Order N-33-20 on March 19, 2020 directing all residents to stay home, except as needed to maintain continuity of operations of essential critical infrastructure sectors. Pursuant to the intent of Gov. Newsom’s Order, and in an effort to maintain continuity of operations while […]

 
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RESTRICTION OF SHORT-TERM RENTALS IN MONO COUNTY IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 THREAT

RESTRICTION OF SHORT-TERM RENTALS IN MONO COUNTY IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 THREAT Unified Command Emergency Operations Center Press Release – March 21, 2020 (For Official Press Release from Public Health Officer Dr. Thomas Boo, press HERE.) The COVID-19 pandemic poses a looming threat to the health and safety of the people of Mono County and […]

 
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IT’S REAL: Mammoth Hospital received confirmation today of the first case of COVID-19

Follow up to earlier press release Mammoth Hospital received confirmation today of the first case of COVID-19 in our community.  For anyone who is wanting to know who that person is and “did I come in contact with him/her,” the answer is that nearly everyone has a high likelihood of having been exposed in some […]

 
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Mammoth Lake Hospital Press Release

Mammoth Hospital has identified a patient who is presumptively positive for COVID-19

Mammoth Hospital Press Release – March 21, 2020, 8:00 am Presumptive Positive Case of COVID-19  Mammoth Hospital has identified a patient who is presumptively positive for COVID-19. Presumptive positive means the patient is likely positive, but we are waiting for California state laboratory confirmation. The initial test with a positive result was performed by LabCorp. […]

 
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