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As Shasta County cases top 1,000, more covid-19 restrictions expected this week 10/06/2020

Published October 6, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic reached a new milestone in Shasta County over the weekend as the number of confirmed cases since March topped 1,000, opening the door to tighter restrictions, health officials said.

The 167 new cases recorded over the weekend moved the total coronavirus cases since March to 1,158 and is expected to move the county into a new level of regulations on restaurants, bars, theaters and businesses.

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