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As cases go up, Shasta Health leaders urge community to follow guidelines 09/08/2021

Published September 9, 2021

Shasta County Public Health is pleading with the community to help stop the downward spiral. With hospitalizations and cases going up, Dr. Karen Ramstrom urged the community to keep following the guidelines.

“We need to stop fighting the prevention recommendations,” said Dr. Ramstrom.

“They are tools to support our livelihoods. Our community and our employers and leaders across various sectors will benefit by embracing these tools. We want people to able to work, to support their families, to contribute to the workforce and the delivery of goods and services that our community relies on.”

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