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Shasta County health officials counting on covid-19 orders to prevent a surge of patients 03-28-2020

Published March 31, 2020

Shasta County's health professionals are planning ahead in case a dramatic number of residents become critically ill with COVID-19 and require hospitalization.

As of Friday morning, Shasta County had reported three coronavirus cases. There's been one death, one recovery and one active case — a man in his 40s who is currently isolated and was in close contact with the 75-year-old woman who died.

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