Map shows coronavirus cases in Riverside County cities -Enterprise

Riverside County’s health department is releasing how many people have tested positive for the coronavirus in cities and unincorporated communities. Here is the latest from Tuesday, March 31.

As of Tuesday, there have been 371 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Riverside County residents since the outbreak began. That’s up 27% from the day before and 529% from the week before. Officials say 30 patients have recovered.

Four more deaths were announced Thursday, bringing the county’s toll to 13. (More on Tuesday’s developments in Riverside County)

Here is the list of confirmed cases by community:

    • Anza: 0
    • Banning: 4
    • Beaumont: 9
    • Bermuda Dunes: 2
    • Blythe: 1
    • Cabazon: 0
    • Calimesa: 0
    • Canyon Lake: 3
    • Cathedral City: 10
    • Cherry Valley: 1
    • Coachella: 1
    • Corona: 21
    • Coronita: 0
    • Desert Edge: 1
    • Desert Hot Springs: 7
    • Desert Palms: 3
    • East Hemet: 0
    • Eastvale: 14
    • El Cerrito: 1
    • El Sobrante: 6
    • French Valley: 7
    • Garnet: 0
    • Good Hope: 1
    • Green Acres: 1
    • Hemet: 5
    • Home Gardens: 1
    • Homeland: 0
    • Idyllwild-Pine Cove: 0
    • Indian Wells: 5
    • Indio: 20
    • Jurupa Valley: 5
    • La Quinta: 14
    • Lake Elsinore: 10
    • Lake Mathews: 0
    • Lakeland Village: 1
    • Lakeview: 0
    • Mead Valley: 1
    • Meadowbrook: 1
    • Mecca: 0
    • Menifee: 13
    • Moreno Valley: 29
    • Murrieta: 14
    • Norco: 1
    • North Shore: 0
    • Nuevo: 1
    • Oasis: 0
    • Palm Desert: 21
    • Palm Springs: 31
    • Perris: 9
    • Rancho Mirage: 13
    • Riverside: 30
    • Romoland: 0
    • San Jacinto: 1
    • Sky Valley: 0
    • Temecula: 21
    • Temescal Valley: 0
    • Thermal: 0
    • Thousand Palms: 0
    • Valle Vista: 0
    • Vista Santa Rosa: 0
    • Wildomar: 9
    • Winchester: 0
    • Woodcrest: 1

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