Covid -19 Statement

During this challenging time, Wright Place TV’s focus is on supporting our customers, our employees . We are working to avoid disruptions caused by COVID-19 coronavirus, while at the same time acting responsibly to do what we can to prevent further spread of the virus. We will continue to closely monitor and assess the evolving situation and will be diligent about communicating on important issues” – Dr. Letitia Wright, CEO

Your Workplace Specific Plan

Review State Guidelines to Create Your Workplace Specific Plan

The County has now authorized accelerated Stage 2 businesses to open, including malls and shopping centers, retail shops and dine-in restaurants. Hair salons and barbershops are now clear to open as well. The following PDFs share industry-specific COVID guidelines from the California Department of Public Health, endorsed by the County of San Bernardino.

Guidance for dine-in restaurants:

Guidance for shopping centers:

Guidance for retailers:

Guidance for hair salons and barbershops:

For other businesses seeking greater clarification on the statewide guidance to follow if permitted to open, visit:

Corona Virus Resources

March 27, 2020 by  
Filed under Featured Articles

First of all, I hope you and yours are all safe and well. 

Staying home is essential. I wanted to post some resources that are out there, and perhaps you could use it. 

  1. Foster care youth in college dorms who need a place to go to the Inland Empire, please email They will help find housing for them. 
  2. San Bernardino County: The Department of Aging and Adult Services has established a hotline for seniors and disabled adults to request assistance or get answers to questions. That number is (909) 891-3810, and it’s available seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. We are asking seniors and disabled adults to call us to check infrequently. 
  3. This chart shows what it looks like today for San Bernardino County- Stay in, Stay safe! 
  4. The stimulus check won’t be in the mail for Americans who owe child support, But back taxes or late student loan payments don’t disqualify people from getting the full amount they’re eligible FTR 5for.
  5. This chart shows what it looks like today for San Bernardino County- Stay in, Stay safe!

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