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Public Health urges people to avoid WaterWorks Park, says they are in violation of orders 07-25-2020

Published July 29, 2020

Public health officials in Shasta County are urging people to avoid WaterWorks Park stating they are in direct violation of state orders.

The plea from public health came on Saturday, nearly two months after the water park reopened on June 5 despite violating guidance by the state that says water parks with slides, rides, or other water attractions are not to open due to concerns about spreading COVID-19.

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