Brooke Federico

Public Information Officer, Riverside County

Public Information Officer, Riverside County

Brooke Federico on KCRW

Health officials in Riverside are ordering the county’s residents to wear a face covering when out in public and banning all gatherings apart from family members or those living under…

Riverside orders residents to wear face coverings, bans all gatherings

Health officials in Riverside are ordering the county’s residents to wear a face covering when out in public and banning all gatherings apart from family members or those living under…

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