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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties all reported additional deaths attributed to the novel coronavirus over the weekend.

Riverside County health officials reported 991 newly confirmed cases and two more fatalities since Friday, bringing countywide totals to 16,634 cases and 440 deaths.

The county said 7,667 people had recovered from the illness.

There were 365 county residents being treated in the hospital Monday, with 106 in intensive care units.

RELATED: Riverside County Shuts Down Bars In Response To Rise In COVID Cases

San Bernardino County health officials reported 507 newly confirmed cases and one more fatality since Friday, bringing countywide totals to 11,797 cases and 249 deaths. The county said an estimated 6,742 had recovered from the illness.

There were 353 county residents being treated in the hospital Monday, with 130 in intensive care units.

Ventura County health officials reported 404 newly confirmed cases and one more fatality since Friday, bringing countywide totals to 2,740 cases and 45 deaths. The county said 1,654 had recovered and 1,041 were still under quarantine.

There were 70 county residents being treated in the hospital Monday, with 27 in intensive care units.

As of Monday evening, 222,796 Riverside County residents, 132,984 San Bernardino County residents and 58,845 Ventura County residents had been tested.

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Restaurants Ordered To Close Indoor Dining In More Counties, Including Colusa And Madera

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Reopening is being scaled back in several more counties as the coronavirus infection rate continues to rise in California, the governor announced on Monday.

Last week, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that counties on the state’s watch list would be hitting the “dimmer switch” as

Restaurants Ordered To Close Indoor Dining In More Counties, Including Colusa And Madera

public health officials started tracking a spike in coronavirus cases. While more testing is being done, officials say the infection rate is also starting to inch up.

NEW: #COVID19 cases continue to spread at alarming rates in some CA counties.

CA is now asking Colusa, Madera, Marin, Merced, Monterey & San Diego to close indoor operations for:

-Restaurants
-Wineries
-Movie theaters
-Zoos, museums
-Cardrooms

Bars must close ALL operations.

— Gavin Newsom (@GavinNewsom) July 6, 2020

On Monday, Newsom announced that Colusa, Madera, Marin, Merced, Monterey and San Diego counties are now being directed to toggle back.

The reopening rollback means that restaurants, wineries, movie theaters, zoos, museums and card rooms are being ordered to close indoor operations. Bars are also being directed to close all operations.

Newsom noted that 24 more people died from coronavirus in California over the holiday weekend.

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