Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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The City of Temecula is committed to serving the region by continuously updating this site with current information. Check back regularly here (for COVID-19 information), the REVIVE webpages (for economic recovery resources), and the City’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages for daily City news on all topics.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information. Riverside County’s vaccination information (updated often) is at this link: For questions about the COVID-19 vaccine call 2-1-1 or  833-422-4255, visit this webpage:, or email Riverside County Public Health at:

For COVID-19 case statistics in Riverside County, click the image below to  be redirected to for the following:


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  • CDPH Face Mask Guidance: Masks strongly recommended in most indoor settings, and in schools and childcare facilities. Masks are still required in high transmission settings like public transit, emergency shelters, health care settings, correctional facilities, homeless shelters and long-term care facilities.  (Feb 28) - read moreread more

  • Next Phase of California’s Pandemic Response  (Feb 17) - read more

  • California SB 115 COVID Package Early Budget Action: $806 Million to Testing, $400 Million to Vaccinations/Boosters, $486 Million to Support Frontline Workers and Health Care Systems, $141 Million to Maintain State Response Operations, $100 Million to Procure Personal Protective Equipment  (Feb 10) - read more

  • California SB 114 Extended Employees Access to COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave through September 30, 2022  (Feb 9)read more

  • CDPH Guidance for the Use of Face Masks: Universal masking shall remain required in only specified settings. Only unvaccinated persons are required to mask in all Indoor Public Settings. Fully vaccinated individuals are recommended to continue indoor masking when the risk may be high.  (Feb 7)read more

  • CDPH COVID Policies - Mega Events: Crowds Greater Than 1,000 (Indoors) Attendees, Crowds Greater Than 10,000 (Outdoors) Attendees; Workplaces Continue To Follow The COVID-19 Prevention Standards Set By CalOSHA  (Feb 7)read more

  • Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards (Jan 28)read more

  • CDC Quarantine and Isolation Recommendations (Jan 27) - read more

  • Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order 4 FREE at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 tests at (Jan 19) 

  • CDPH Lowered threshold for Indoor Mega Event to 500 attendees and Outdoor Mega Event to 5,000 attendees  (Jan 15) - read more

  • Homebound residents in Riverside County are able to get vaccinated  (May 21) - read more

  • Temecula Revive: City of Temecula announces Temecula Revive, an online resource with links and information focusing on the community’s economic recovery in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic 
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COVID-19 INQUIRIESreport a covid19 related issue Opens in new window

State of California COVID-19 Hotline: 833-544-2374, Email:, Website Contact Form 

Riverside County Public Health COVID-19 Hotline: 951-351-6866, Email: Note: Riverside County is following the State of California's guidance on the pandemic.

City of Temecula - For COVID-19-related inquires not found on this website, click here to contact us.


If you need first responder assistance - including police or fire, or plan to visit your doctor, urgent care or the hospital emergency room - please call ahead and tell them your symptoms so they can prepare.  

Experiencing flu-like symptoms?  
Been exposed to COVID-19? CLICK HERE for more information on FREE COVID-19 testing available in Riverside County. (Note: this information is subject to change.)

Having a medical emergency unrelated to COVID-19? If you have symptoms that could possibly indicate a medical emergency (chest pain, difficulty breathing, trouble lifting your arms and weakness) please visit your nearest Emergency Room (ER). Temecula Valley Hospital assures there are safe areas and procedures in place for those having medical emergencies outside of COVID-19. If you feel you are having a medical emergency, do not wait to call a first responder or visit the ER.

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