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12 new covid-19 cases in Shasta County as officials consider enforcement options 07-30-2020

Published July 31, 2020

Shasta County health officials say they are exploring the idea of revoking county permits for businesses that fail to comply with COVID-19 guidelines.

The announcement came as 12 more people tested positive in Shasta County. Nine of them had symptoms and one is hospitalized. There have been 360 cases of coronavirus in Shasta County and there are currently 46 active cases.

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