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1 new covid-19 death reported in Shasta County 12/08/2020

Published December 11, 2020

California’s top health official says Coronavirus cases are expected to continue to climb in the state and everyday activities now carry a much greater risk of infection. Residents are urged to stay home whenever possible. Upwards of 22,000 California residents are testing positive each day, with about 12% inevitably showing up at hospitals in two to three weeks.

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