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Local leaders played key role in returning Shasta County to red tier 10/26/2020

Published October 30, 2020

Businesses in Shasta County can operate under red tier restrictions. Places like restaurants, museums, movie theaters, and places of worship, just to name a few, can operate at 25% capacity.

But even though the county is back in the red, county leaders caution it might not be for long.

“I think the most important thing is that we have to remind everyone is it that doesn't mean we're out of the woods,” said Leonard Moty, Shasta County Supervisor for District 2.

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