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Shasta County at “highest risk” of another covid spike, health officials say 05/24/2021

Published June 1, 2021

Shasta County is still vulnerable to a localized spike in COVID-19 cases, the Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency said Monday.

With vaccination rates increasing across the country, there is no longer concern about a nationwide surge. There is, however, still the potential for local or regional outbreaks in areas with low vaccination rates, health officials say.

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