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Covid-19 in Shasta County: Pfizer vaccine appointments open for Friday’s ‘mega clinic’ 04/14/2021

Published April 16, 2021

Another two residents have died from COVID-19, Shasta County officials announced Wednesday. Both patients were men in their 70s, bringing the pandemic's local death toll to 216.

Over 11,600 people in county have tested positive for the virus since the outbreak began. Six people of them are currently hospitalized with the disease, including one in the ICU, according to the county's Health and Human Services Agency.

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