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Shasta County public health advises against gatherings after recent spike liked to one family gathering 06-18-2020

Published June 22, 2020

We are learning more about a six case spike in Shasta County’s coronavirus cases.

Of the seven positive coronavirus cases announced on Wednesday, six are linked to one family gathering that took place in early June.

A spokesperson for Shasta County public health tells Action News Now that public health traced it back to one person.

Health officials say that person was showing symptoms before going to the family gathering, that where about a dozen other people were in attendance.

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