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Covid-19: Officials address spread, Shasta County to stay in red tier 10/28/2020

Published October 30, 2020

Shasta County Health and Human Services gave an update Wednesday on the spread of COVID-19 in the county.

Shasta County remains in the red tier after narrowly avoiding the purple tier last week.

Health officials say that Shasta County is still at risk of going into the most restrictive tier. However, the county will stay in the red for now.

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