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People over 65-years-old can get vaccinated next month in Shasta County 01/14/2021

Published January 15, 2021

A push from Governor Gavin Newsom to bump people 65 years and older to the front of the line for vaccinations.

Wednesday's announcement means that people over the age of 65 would get vaccinated before teachers, emergency workers, and people who work in food and agriculture to name a few.

Shasta County Public Health announced that people over 65 years would be able to get vaccinated on February 1. The county also said that on January 19, people over 75 years would be to get the vaccine.

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