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Coronavirus live updates: What we know Thursday about covid-19 in the North State 05-21-2020

Published May 21, 2020

As of Thursday morning, Shasta County has gone four days without reporting a new coronavirus case. Since the outbreak began, the county's case total stands at 34, including four deaths.

The most recent case was reported on Saturday, according to the county's Health and Human Services Agency. The three latest cases have all been found in people who didn't show COVID-19 symptoms.

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