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Shasta County prepares to stay safe during Halloween

Published October 29, 2021

As Halloween approaches, Shasta County Health and Human Services say they are not worried about a spike in COVID-19 cases.

They say trick or treaters will mostly be safe because they will be outside and in small groups of people they already live with.

Shasta County Health and Human Services said this doesn’t mean that COVID-19 can’t spread, but the risk is lower than holidays like Christmas and Thanksgiving where many people host large indoor gatherings.

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