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Bethel switches to online learning after students and staff test positive 10/02/2020

Published October 6, 2020

Bethel Church in Redding is working to contain a coronavirus outbreak after church officials say students and staff test positive.

Shasta County Public Health has seen an uptick in coronavirus cases, especially in college-age groups.

“We do know that when people are sick, the best thing for them is to stay home and comply with that isolation order,” said Kerri Schuette with the Shasta Health & Human Services Agency.

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