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Covid-19: Shasta County surpasses 10,000 cases since start of pandemic 01/25/2021

Published February 2, 2021

More than 10,000 people have now tested positive for COVID-19 in Shasta County, health officials announced Monday.

It took about nine months for the county to reach its 5,000th case. Now, two months later, the tally has doubled after high case counts in December and January.

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