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Coronavirus in Shasta County: Death toll climbs to 192 after two residents die from covid 03/15/2021

Published March 23, 2021

Two more Shasta County residents died from COVID-19, bringing the number of deaths to 18 so far in March.

Public health officials confirmed the deaths of a man in his 60s and a woman in her 90s or older in their daily report on the coronavirus situation in the county.

All told, Shasta County's COVID caseload stands at over 11,000 since the first illness was reported a year ago on March 8, 2020, and 192 residents have died.

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