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Public health urging people to get tested for coronavirus after attending protests 06-03-2020

Published June 4, 2020

Its been almost over a week since protests erupted all over the country. But as demonstrations continue, so does the threat of the coronavirus.

Tuesday night’s protests drew in a large crowd to the Shasta County Courthouse. Shasta County Public Health worried about people being so close together and not wearing masks. Especially since asymptomatic people could easily pass on the virus.

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