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Health officials report 7 covid-deaths in Shasta County, 46 new cases on Wednesday 11/17/2021

Published November 18, 2021

Seven more Shasta County residents have died due to coronavirus (COVID-19), according to the county's health officials.

On Wednesday, Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) reported a man and two women in their 60s, two men and one woman in their 80s, and one woman over age 89 have died due to the virus. HHSA said Wednesday was the day when these COVID-19 deaths were confirmed.

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