Having largely completed its efforts to vaccinate those working in the healthcare field and first responders, and making progress inoculating educators, licensed childcare providers and those age 65 and older, the county of San Bernardino will now accept appointments for food and agriculture workers.
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Beginning Friday, Feb. 26, San Bernardino County can resume high-contact and moderate-contact outdoor sports, under certain conditions. New state guidelines now permit such sports, “as long as they meet a specific rate case criteria” — namely, an infection case rate at or below 14 per 100,000 residents.
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