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Public Health asks some who qualify for vaccine to wait; one more covid-19 death 01/20/2021

Published January 22, 2021

Shasta County officials on Tuesday reported the death of a Shasta County man from COVID-19, bringing the virus death toll to six since Friday with 44 in January.

Meanwhile, county public health officials are asking people who are younger than 75 and not health care workers to wait a little longer before getting a COVID-19 vaccination due to limited supplies.

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