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Shasta County now the covid hotspot of North State: 1,471 virus cases in November; one more death 11/18/2020

Published November 20, 2020

Another COVID-19 patient — a woman in her 70s — became the 37th person to die from the disease in Shasta County, public health officials confirmed Wednesday.

The county also recorded another 110 cases of the virus, bringing the total number of known infections so far this month to 1,471 and 3,570 since the pandemic started.

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