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Judicial Branch of California

CA Judicial Council Adopts New Rules to Lower Jail Population, Suspend Eviction

CALIFORNIA COURTS NEWS ROOM – News Release (4/06/2020) VIA TELECONFERENCE—At its meeting today, the Judicial Council approved 11 temporary emergency rules, including setting bail statewide at $0 for misdemeanors and lower-level felonies to “safely reduce jail populations” and staying eviction and foreclosure proceedings to protect Californians from losing their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic. This was […]

 
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LATEST UPDATE: Inyo County COVID-19 Information

[Dear Reader, to avoid sensationalizing every uptick in positive coronavirus tests cases, we are going to provide you with “official information” in this posting only from our local authorities throughout the day.] Latest Press Release – 11th positive coronavirus test case in Inyo County:  

 
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LATEST UPDATE: Mono County COVID-19 Information

[Dear Reader, to avoid sensationalizing every uptick in positive coronavirus tests cases, we are going to provide you with “official information” in this posting only from our local authorities throughout the day.] One Document, first with multiple documents included: First two pages are the latest Daily Briefing Update from the Mono County Unified Command.   […]

 
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Inyo County has 11th confirmed positive COVID-19 case

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   COVID-19 CONFIRMED POSITIVE Inyo County has 11th confirmed positive COVID-19 case   INYO COUNTY, April 5, 2020 – Inyo County’s Public Health Officer, Dr. James Richardson, received notification this morning from Northern Inyo Healthcare District regarding a positive COVID-19 test for an Inyo County resident. This is the 11th positive COVID-19 case in […]

 
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INYO COUNTY COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER NETWORK

Press Release – April 2, 3030 – Inyo County INYO COUNTY, April 2, 2020 – In response to COVID-19, several agencies have joined together to help Inyo County community members who may need extra assistance.  Inyo County Health and Human Services, Inyo Mono Advocates for Community Action, Bishop Chamber of Commerce, VFW Post #8988, and […]

 
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Grocery Outlet in Mammoth Lakes Closed due to coronavirus yesterday, Reopened Today

Update: Grocery Outlet in Mammoth Lakes Closed due to coronavirus yesterday, Reopened Today Grocery Outlet in Mammoth Lakes posted the following on its Facebook website yesterday, April 2: Unfortunately, we had to close our store today (4/02) here in Mammoth due to one of our employees testing positive for COVID-19. The employee is at home, […]

 
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Updated Post: COVID-19: Mono Becomes California’s Most Highly Infected County per Capita

In addition to the excellent article submitted by Avo Nesesian, Sierra Wave was given permission to post the following link to another excellent article  on the same topic by journalist/writer Monica Prelle: The coronavirus may hit ski towns harder than urban areas. MAMMOTH LAKES, Calif. — Just over two weeks ago Mammoth Mountain Ski Area […]

 
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Mammoth Lake Hospital Press Release

FYI-A quick note on elevation and COVID-19 from Mammoth Hospital

A quick note on elevation and COVID-19: From Mammoth Hospital: Facebook Post 3/31/2020 “At sea level, you are breathing 21% oxygen,” says Mammoth Hospital Chief Medical Officer, Craig Burrows. “At 8,000 feet, our altitude, you are breathing 15% oxygen, which is roughly 30% less. For people unaccustomed to our elevation, this difference is what people […]

 
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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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