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Four more covid-19 cases in Shasta County bring total to 11 04-02-2020

Published April 3, 2020

Four more Shasta County residents have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total to 11. The latest patients are: A married couple: A man in his 70s who is hospitalized and a woman in her 70s who is isolated at home. A woman in her 60s who is isolated at home. She is a close contact of a patient who was diagnosed earlier this week. A woman in her 50s who is hospitalized. The Shasta County Health Officer and communicable disease team are working to identify close contacts of each of these patients and implement necessary quarantine orders. It is still unknown where the couple or the woman in her 50s contracted the virus.

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