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The State of California reports our Southern California region has dipped below 15% remaining hospital ICU capacity, which means the Governor's new COVID Stay At Home Order takes effect at a.m. on Monday, Dec. 7.

 

Currently, ICU capacity is at %

 

The order prohibits private gatherings of any size, closes business sector operations except for critical infrastructure and retail, and requires % masking and physical distancing in all others. The order remains in effect for at least 3 weeks. After that period, it will be lifted when a region’s projected ICU capacity meets or exceeds 15%. This will be assessed weekly after the initial 3-week period.

 

The new Stay At Home Order requires the following sectors must close:

 

Indoor and outdoor playgrounds

Indoor recreational facilities

Hair salons and barbershops

Personal care services

Museums, zoos and aquariums

Movie theaters

Wineries

Bars, breweries and distilleries

Family entertainment centers

Cardrooms and satellite wagering

Live audience sports

Amusement parks

 

The following sectors will have additional modifications with % masking and physical distancing:

 

Outdoor recreational facilities: Allow outdoor operation only without any food, drink or alcohol sales. Additionally, overnight stays at campgrounds will not be permitted.

 

Retail: Allow indoor operation at 20% capacity and no eating or drinking in the stores. Special hours should be instituted

for seniors and others with chronic conditions or compromised immune systems.

 

Shopping centers: Allow indoor operation at 20% capacity and no eating or drinking in the stores. Additionally, special hours should be instituted for seniors and others with chronic conditions or compromised immune systems.

 

Offices: Allow remote work only except for critical infrastructure where remote is not possible.

Hotels and lodging will be restricted. More details are expected from the State of California soon.

Restaurants: Allow only for take-out, pick-up or delivery.

 

Religious services and First Amendment activities continue to be allowed outdoors.

 

Guidance for schools remains in effect and unchanged.

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ECONOMIC INJURY DISASTER LOAN PROGRAM

EIDL loans can provide vital economic assistance to help overcome the temporary loss of revenue Businesses are experiencing.  These loans may be used to pay fixed debts, payroll, accounts payable and other bills that can’t be paid because of the COVID 19 pandemic. The interest rate is % for small businesses with a maximum term of 30 years. The interest rate for non-profits is %. 

The program includes an advance up to $10, which does not have to be repaid.  Recipients do not have to be approved for a loan in order to receive the advance, but the amount of the loan advance will be deducted from total loan eligibility.  You must have been in business as of January 31, The grants are available until December 16,   Applicants who have already submitted their applications will continue to be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.  Eligible businesses include:

  • Independent contractors
  • Freelancers
  • Sole proprietorships, with or without employees
  • Gig workers
  • Small businesses with less than employees
  • Agricultural businesses

 To apply, please visit:  https://covid19relief.sba.gov/#/

   

"UNITED LIFT" TO DISBURSE $33 MILLION IN RENTAL ASSISTANCE

United Lift, a rental assistance program coordinated between Riverside County, United Way of the Inland Valleys, and Lift To Rise, is launching this week with the goal of keeping 10, families and residents housed.

The program for Riverside County residents will provide $33 million in rental assistance between the months of June and November. Lift to Rise and United Way of Inland Valleys will administer the program, including dispersing the first round of payments in July.

Residents may apply at UnitedLift.org or by calling The application portal is live and available in English and Spanish. 

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RivCo EDA Subsidized Employment Program

The EDA has grant money, to help businesses save money on hiring new employees, overhead costs and staying afloat in these uncertain times.

Here's how it works:

1. After registering online, you give us a job description of who you need to hire.
2. The EDA will pre-screen candidates and match them to meet your job description at no cost to you.
3. We give you only those resumes.
4. You interview and you hire who is right for your company.

Here's what you get:

For each referral you hire, our program will subsidize you half of the new employee’s hourly wages for 6 months, if they work a minimum of 20 hours per week on average.

What do we need from you to register?

1. Completion of Online Vendor registration with the County of Riverside for prompt reimbursement.
2. Completed W-9 form for the business.
3. Copy of your ACORD Certificate of Insurance.
4. Completed job description for all available positions.

Link to Vendor Registration

Information regarding the Subsidized Employment Program

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance for Self-Employed Workers & Independent Contractors 

If you are unemployed or partially unemployed due to COVID, an independent contractor or self-employed, don’t have sufficient work history, exhausted regular & extended unemployment insurance, you can now apply for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance through the State of California Employment Development Department. 

 To apply, visit https://www.edd.ca.gov/about_edd/coronavirus/pandemic-unemployment-assistance.htm

 

Jobseekers in Riverside County may apply for workforce assistance programs

County residents who lost employment because of the coronavirus epidemic may receive up to $ in job loss benefits thanks to a $, state grant received by the Riverside County Workforce Development Division.

 “I am glad we have this additional resource from the State of California to assist job-seekers in Riverside County,” said Riverside County Board Chair and Fourth District Supervisor V. Manuel Perez. “This will support many people through the transition to new employment opportunities.”

 The funding will help provide supportive services for jobseekers enrolled in the agency’s various workforce assistance programs.  Eligible jobseekers will be eligible for up to $ in financial support for:

 Housing assistance

  • Utility assistance
  • Telework equipment and internet access
  • Childcare assistance
  • Transportation assistance

 Jobseekers who suffered a permanent job loss due to economic impacts of COVID will be prioritized for assistance.

 In addition to supportive services, jobseekers enrolled in the program will receive comprehensive workforce services which include: career coaching, paid training, on the job training and job placement.  Services are offered in a variety of formats such as internet, email and telephone to facilitate remote access.

For more information on the supportive service program, please call or contact us via email at [email protected]

 

GOV. GAVIN NEWSOM ANNOUNCES NEW INITIATIVES TO SUPPORT CALIFORNIA WORKERS IMPACTED BY COVID

  • Governor announces $75 million in statewide Disaster Relief Assistance funding to provide financial support for immigrant workers affected by COVID
  • Philanthropic partners commit to raising an additional $50 million to support undocumented Californians
  • Governor announces new initiative to expand call center hours at the Employment Development Department to better assist Californians with unemployment insurance applications
  • EDD will also implement a one-stop shop for those applying for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, including the self-employed and independent contractors 

How to Apply For An Emergency SBA Loan

Mayor Geoff Kors, the Palm Springs Chamber and the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) hosted a webinar on 3/30/ This webinar provided helpful guidance on applying for emergency loans, including available funding, filing requirements and contact information for assistance: SBDC Power Point for Palm Springs Presentation

 

Sales Tax Guidance for Small Businesses: Relief for Business Taxpayers

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Coachella Valley's three hospitals reported zero to lower-than-usual bed availability on Thursday.

Hospital spokespeople from Eisenhower Health as well as JFK Memorial Hospital and Desert Regional Medical Center in Palm Springs said the low bed availability is not entirely due to the coronavirus. There has reportedly been a higher volume of people in the Coachella Valley this summer season, and more people have been coming into the hospitals for non-coronavirus-related emergencies, like broken legs. Experts said the number of people who have either chosen to stay in the Coachella Valley during the sweltering summer season or are visiting has gone up this year. Medical experts said many have also put off regular checkups or healthcare until medical issues forced them to seek emergency treatment.

“We are seeing a higher volume than we typically would see in the summer months. We’re finding that our staff needs are very different this summer," said Ben Farber, Chief Nursing Officer, Eisenhower Health.

As of late Thursday morning, Eisenhower reported 56 patients hospitalized with COVID, with nine people in the ICU. The current hospitalization number is an exponential jump from the one patient hospitalized at Eisenhower just a couple months ago.

A statement from Lee Rice, Public Information Officer at Eisenhower Health, reads:

"As the full-time population of the Coachella Valley continues to grow and travelers make this area their destination of choice, so will the demands for healthcare grow. At present, the number of hospitalizations is still far less than the surge the hospital experienced in late December /early January so it’s manageable right now. The hospital is operating at 90% or more of our current staffed bed capacity, so to meet this demand the hospital initiated its code triage — quickly mobilizing staff to assist with streamlining the patient discharge process and optimizing patient flow to help with bed availability."

- Lee Rice, PIO of Eisenhower Health

Tenet Healthcare, which runs Desert Regional Medical Center and JFK Memorial Hospital, reported 40 COVID hospitalized patients at Desert Regional Medical Center as of late Thursday morning. Six are in the ICU, and 32 out of the 40 patients are unvaccinated. At JFK Memorial Hospital, Tenet Healthcare reported 14 hospitalized COVID patients. Four of those patients are in the ICU. None of the 14 patients are vaccinated.

"I can tell you that we are running a higher census level than is customary at this time of the year, but we are managing our capacity within the Desert Care Network to meet the needs of our community," said Todd Burke, Director of Communications for Tenet Healthcare, in a statement.

Staff at all three hospitals said bed availability changes throughout the day and reminded people to come in if there is an emergency or if needed.

“If they need care we’re here for them," said Farber.

"We have health professionals here ready to meet the needs of the community," said Mike Ditoro, Chief Operating Officer, Desert Care Network.

Hospital staff are also urging people to get vaccinated against the coronavirus to avoid serious symptoms or complications resulting in hospitalizations.

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PALM DESERT, CA — As the U.S. braces for a new surge of COVID cases sparked by more contagious strains from abroad, hospitals across California and the rest of the country are still struggling to meet the demand for beds, particularly in intensive-care units.

Each week, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services releases data showing how close tens of thousands of hospitals nationwide are to reaching their capacity. The latest data for hospitals in Riverside County includes the share of all adult inpatient beds occupied by patients confirmed or suspected to have COVID, along with the share of ICU beds occupied by such patients.

The new numbers, included below, are current through Thursday, Jan. 28, and represent a rolling 7-day average.

Note that the figures for occupied hospital beds sometimes exceed percent; this is because more than one patient sometimes occupies a bed over the course of a week, according to a representative for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Health experts have said that the share of a hospital's total beds devoted to coronavirus is key to understanding the strain on its resources. A share greater than 10 percent is said to be a cause of concern. When that share exceeds 20 percent, a hospital is said to be under extreme stress, and as the share approaches 50 percent the stress is said to be immense.

Also this week, state health officials in California reported to the federal government that 79 percent of inpatient beds and 89 percent of ICU beds in hospitals across the state were still occupied as of Jan. Around 25 percent of beds statewide were filled by COVID patients, they reported.

Below are the latest figures for hospitals in Riverside County.

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Editor's note: This list was automatically generated using data compiled by the U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services. The local hospitals included in the list are limited to those included in the government data. Please report any errors or other feedback to [email protected]

CORONA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
SOUTH MAIN STREET, CORONA

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DESERT REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
NORTH INDIAN CANYON DRIVE, PALM SPRINGS

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DOCTORS HOSPITAL OF RIVERSIDE, LLC
JACKSON STREET, RIVERSIDE

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EISENHOWER MEDICAL CENTER
BOB HOPE DRIVE, RANCHO MIRAGE

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  • ICU beds used by confirmed and suspected COVID patients: 24
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HEMET GLOBAL MEDICAL CENTER
EAST DEVONSHIRE, HEMET

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JOHN F KENNEDY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
MONROE STREET, INDIO

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KAISER FOUNDATION HOSPITAL-MORENO VALLEY
IRIS AVENUE, MORENO VALLEY

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KAISER FOUNDATION HOSPITAL, RIVERSIDE
MAGNOLIA AVENUE, RIVERSIDE

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KINDRED HOSPITAL RIVERSIDE
MEDICAL CENTER DRIVE, PERRIS

  • All adult inpatient beds: 40
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  • All adult ICU beds: 8
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LOMA LINDA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER-MURRIETA
BAXTER ROAD, MURRIETA

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MENIFEE GLOBAL MEDICAL CENTER
MCCALL BOULEVARD, SUN CITY

  • All adult inpatient beds: 84
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PALO VERDE HOSPITAL
NORTH FIRST STREET, BLYTHE

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  • Inpatient beds used by confirmed and suspected COVID patients: 0
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  • All adult ICU beds: 0
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RIVERSIDE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
MAGNOLIA AVENUE, RIVERSIDE

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RIVERSIDE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM-MEDICAL CENTER
CACTUS AVENUE, MORENO VALLEY

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SAN GORGONIO MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
NORTH HIGHLAND SPRINGS AVENUE, BANNING

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SOUTHWEST HEALTHCARE SYSTEM
MEDICAL CENTER DRIVE, MURRIETA

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TEMECULA VALLEY HOSPITAL
TEMECULA PKWY, TEMECULA

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