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Public Health urges you to skip traditional New Year’s celebrations to help stop covid-19 12/31/2020

Published January 7, 2021

With many of us preparing to ring in the new year, health officials are hopeful people will be staying home as COVID cases are still on the rise.

The Shasta County Public Health Department has seen a slight dip in cases these past two weeks and is hoping people will make the right decisions on New Years' so we can continue the new trend we’re seeing.

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