News & Press Releases

January 23, 2021 -

Updates on County Vaccine Clinics and more: As you may be aware, on Thursday, the Riverside County COVID-19 vaccine registration portal experienced significant capacity issues during its release of additional vaccine clinic appointments. Many reached out to express their concern as they received error messages and time out screens when attempting to make an appointment. Please know that your concerns have been heard and are taken very seriously.

January 20, 2021 -

Please be advised: Riverside County health officials have announced six additional county-administered COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics for those in Phase 1A (all tiers) and 1B (tier 1), which includes individuals age 65 and older. Appointments for these new clinics will be available at  beginning TOMORROW, January 21, at NOON.

January 16, 2021 -

Updates on Expanded Vaccine Eligibility, School Reopening, and more: Following new state and federal guidance, Riverside County has expanded its COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to include individuals age 65 and older. Registration for several Riverside County COVID-19 vaccine clinics are now available on a first-come, first-served basis for those in qualified tiers - Phase 1A (all tiers) and Phase 1B (tier 1).

January 09, 2021 -

31st District Digest: Updates on the Proposed 2021-2022 State Budget, Vaccines, and more: This week, Governor Newsom released his proposed 2021-2022 State Budget, outlining the state’s spending priorities as California continues its path toward recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and its far-reaching impacts. The proposed budget provides an important starting point for key negotiations aimed at supporting California’s most vulnerable during this difficult time. Notable elements include:

January 02, 2021 -

Updates on Vaccinations, CA's School Reopening Strategy, EDD, and more: On Monday, Governor Newsom announced that California would be opting into the federal COVID-19 Pharmacy Partnership with CVS and Walgreens to administer the Pfizer vaccine to residents and staff in long-term care facilities. The program will enable counties to leverage CVS and Walgreens pharmacy staff to administer the vaccine more broadly with pharmacy staff going directly to care facilities.


About Senator Roth

Richard Dale Roth was born November 6, 1950, in Columbus, Ohio and graduated from Ada High School (Ada, Ohio) in 1968, where he played in the band and was elected president of his junior class and the Student Council. He went on to Miami University ...

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