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Coronavirus in Shasta County: Here’s why more residents are now eligible to get vaccinated 03/17/2021

Published March 23, 2021
More Shasta County residents will soon be able to sign up to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. Public health officials on Wednesday announced people who are between the ages of 16 and 64 and are at higher risk of getting sick from the contagious virus because of underlying health conditions are eligible for the shot, along with essential workers such as those who work in the food and agriculture industry.

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