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6:30 am Tuesday: 7 new cases in Shasta County, other counties seek large spike 06-30-2020

Published July 2, 2020

The number of cases of Coronavirus are spiking across the North State. As of Monday evening Shasta County reported an additional 7 cases for a total of 112. The latest’s are a teenage girl, a woman in her 20’s, two men in their 40’s, a woman in her 40’s, a man in his 50’s and a woman in her 50’s. Shasta County Public Health says that 3 had symptoms.

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