Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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COVID-19 UPDATE
May 23, 2020

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Daily Coronavirus cases as reported by the County.
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY
4,146 Positive Cases
173 Deaths
FONTANA
450 Positive Cases

14 Deaths

The San Bernardino County Department of Public Health (DPH) continues to work with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the California Department of Public Health to respond to reports of Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) as the situation is quickly evolving. The City of Fontana is closely monitoring the situation. 

Residents of Fontana are required to stay home as much as possible while only participating in essential activities, such as critical work functions and shopping for necessities. We know these measures are challenging, but social distancing will help to protect all in our community. 

Confirmed Cases Dashboard: Desktop view or Mobile view.

Fontana To-Go Menu/Open For Business Map: Please add your business to the Essential Business map. View the map here. 

Report operations not complying with the Health Officer Order (including businesses, events, private residences, and short-term rentals) here.

COVID-Compliant Business Partnership Program- Small businesses are eligible to receive $2,500 to reimburse or offset costs related to COVID compliance health requirements.

Email Update: To receive email updates please click here.

  1. SB County Confirmed Cases Dashboard
  2. Updates
  3. Public Health Order
  4. Covid-19 Resources
  5. Multilingual & ASL Resources
  6. Practice Good Hygiene
  7. Social DIstancing
  8. Grocery Store Hours
  9. Seniors
  10. Support Local Restaurants
  11. Closures/Cancellations
  12. Business Resources
  13. Donations
  14. Students
  15. Utilities
  16. Safe Water
  17. Families First
  18. Court Operations

Local Emergency Declared for Precaution

Out of an abundance of caution, the Fontana City Council declared a local emergency during the Saturday, March 14 council meeting to limit the risk of a Coronavirus (COVID-19) spread and urge residents to follow safe health practices. View the original proclamation and resolution here. View the updated proclamation and resolution here

“Our purpose is not to alarm people, but to establish processes and procedures that will limit exposure and remind everyone that together we can overcome this,” said Mayor Acquanetta Warren.