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Covid-19 projections show best, worst outcomes for Shasta County 04-16-2020

Published April 17, 2020

Shasta County health officials on Wednesday presented a startling scenario showing how quickly a surge of COVID-19 patients might overload local hospitals — but only if community residents disregard the many prevention measures that are now in place.

For now, though, residents were congratulated for minding stay-at-home orders to keep numbers relatively low compared to urban areas of the state.

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