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Covid-19 in Shasta County: Pfizer vaccine appointments open for Friday ‘mega clinic’ 04/15/2021

Published April 16, 2021

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 11,650 people in Shasta County have tested positive for the coronavirus. Of those, 216 have died.

On Thursday, health officials announced another 24 cases had been found in 12 men, 11 women and one person of unknown gender.

Three people are currently hospitalized due the virus, with one in the ICU, according to Shasta County Health and Human Services.

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