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Public Health urges Shasta County to prepare for omicron with vaccination rate below 50% 12/02/2021

Published December 8, 2021

As the omicron strain of the coronavirus begins to spread in the United States, Shasta County Public Health branch is urging people to get vaccinated, follow up with boosters and practice prevention strategies.

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