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Coronavirus spreading at high rate as vaccinations lag in Shasta County 05/06/2021

Published May 7, 2021

Coronavirus continues to spread at a high rate as vaccinations lag in Shasta County.

That's according to the Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency, which released new COVID-19 data on Thursday.

A high case rate coupled with a low vaccination rate is slowing reopening efforts in Shasta County-- which currently has the ninth highest case rate among counties with a population over 100,000.

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