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Shasta County moves to red tier, easing tough covid restrictions 02/23/2021

Published February 26, 2021

Shasta County has moved forward into the red tier of the state's Blueprint for a Safer Economy-- easing tough pandemic restrictions that have been in place for months.

    We are relieved that our case numbers have continued to drop, allowing many of our local businesses to reopen and getting some of our student-athletes back in action,” said Public Health Branch Director Robin Schurig with the Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency. “We don’t want to lose this momentum, so we strongly encourage people to double down on their efforts to wear masks, keep your distance, stay home when sick, get tested and get vaccinated when it’s your turn.

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