Redlands Unified has moved back into the Substantial (red) tier after spending a few days in Moderate (orange), meaning four to seven daily new cases per 100,000 residents.

From Sept. 20 to Sept. 26, there were 57 new COVID-19 cases among residents living within the school district.

During the same week, Redlands recorded 8.5 daily new cases. The city conducted 1,187 tests, averaging 235.3 tests daily, with a positivity rate of 3.9%.

Since March, Redlands has recorded 2,611 COVID-19 cases, 127 deaths per 100,000 residents and a case fatality rate of 4.9%.

As of Tuesday, Oct. 6, San Bernardino County has recorded 56,522 total cases and 53,735 recoveries. The case fatality rate is 1.7% with 966 deaths. The county has conducted 654,884 total tests.

Riverside County has moved into the Substantial tier as of Oct. 6, allowing some non-essential indoor businesses to open. Riverside County has recorded 676,791 total tests, 60,867 cases, 1,244 deaths and 55,397 recoveries.