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COVID-19 Update: Three more cases added over weekend, ten more recoveries

–The County of San Luis Obispo now has 243 total reported cases of COVID-19 as of Sunday afternoon, adding three cases on Saturday and zero […]Full Article

COVID-19 Update: Phased reopening underway, three cases added Friday, three recoveries

Phased reopening update –San Luis Obispo County has pivoted to use the State’s Resilience Roadmap to ensure that the county can adapt and reopen together […]Full Article

Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin’s update – May 15, 2020

Update from Mayor Steve Martin: –I’m happy to announce that any of our residents who want a COVID-19 test can get one free of charge […]Full Article

SLO County takes steps to protect public health by limiting tourism

County limits campground to locals only, issues order limiting hotel occupancy -Ahead of one of the busiest travel weekends of the year, the County of […]Full Article

State commissioner expands order for insurance companies to partially refund premiums amid COVID-19 pandemic

Commissioner also calls for an additional 60-day extension on insurance premium grace period –On Friday, California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara issued a bulletin extending his […]Full Article

Free COVID-19 testing now available for any local resident, even those without symptoms

–Any San Luis Obispo County resident can now get tested for COVID-19 Coronavirus Disease in about five minutes at sites in Paso Robles and Grover […]Full Article

COVID-19 Update: County adds five more cases

–The County of San Luis Obispo now has 237 total reported cases of COVID-19 as of Thursday evening, five more than yesterday. 188 people have […]Full Article

Tenet Health and Covered California to host virtual town hall about low, no-cost insurance options for the unemployed

–Covered California will be presenting a ‘Virtual Town Hall’ meeting on Tuesday, May 19 at 4 p.m. to help those who may have lost their […]Full Article

Local companies team up to donate 1,500 more masks for local businesses in need

  Teresa Rhyne Law Group, HFG Coastal Insurance, and Paso Robles Daily News donate additional 1,500 masks for local businesses –Teresa Rhyne Law Group, HFG Coastal Insurance, […]Full Article

Santa Barbara public health director calls governor’s guidelines ‘unreasonable’ and ‘Insurmountable’

A message from local Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham: Yesterday, during a public health presentation to the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors, Santa Barbara County Public Health […]Full Article