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Covid-19: Shasta County provides vaccine update; hospitalizations decline 01/28/2021

Published February 2, 2021

The number of people hospitalized due to COVID-19 continues to decline in Shasta County, dropping to 37 in Thursday's report from health officials.

That's the lowest the number has been in 2021 after it rose to 58 in the middle of January. The county's death toll stands at 138.

Shasta County's vaccine supply remains "extremely limited" according to the county's health and human services agency.

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