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Covid-19 in Shasta County: 31 new cases confirmed as pandemic anniversary looms 03/03/2021

Published March 4, 2021

On Wednesday, public health officials reported 31 more cases of COVID among Shasta County residents.

Those cases brought the county's known case total to 11,054 since the pandemic began last March.

Next week marks the first anniversary since the World Health Organization declared the global coronavirus pandemic. That happened on March 11, 2020 — although the first case of COVID-19 among Shasta County residents was confirmed three days earlier on March 8, 2020.

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