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Riverside County Reports 58 New Coronavirus Cases, 1 More Death

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Riverside County Reports 58 New Coronavirus Cases, 1 More Death

Riverside County Reports 58 New Coronavirus Cases, 1 More Death

Riverside County public health officials Monday announced 58 new cases of the novel coronavirus β€” bringing the countywide total to 291 β€” and another death.

Katie Johnston reports.


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