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Shasta Co. Health officials confirm seven new cases, six stemming from family gathering 06-17-2020

Published June 18, 2020

Shasta County Health Officials say they have confirmed seven new coronavirus cases and all but one stem from a family gathering.

On Sunday, health officials shared the 50 coronavirus patient had been at a family gathering of about 20 people and several had been told to isolate.

Three days later, health officials have confirmed six people have now tested positive after attending the gathering. Additionally, all six have shown symptoms.

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