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After holiday covid spikes, Shasta County health warns: Don’t gather for Super Bowl 02/05/2021

Published February 17, 2021
Shasta County health officials are asking people to stay home on Super Bowl Sunday.

That’s because keeping watch parties within households or online could reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus.

Health workers, who saw significant increases in COVID-19 cases following the 2020 holidays, are concerned Super Bowl gatherings could result in a similar spike.

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