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Shasta County Public Health says it’s not too worried about undercount in coronavirus cases 08-05-2020

Published August 7, 2020

A glitch in the state's disease registry system might be linked to underreporting of coronavirus cases.

But Shasta County Public Health officials say they’re not too worried about the glitch impacting data here at home. The state discovered an underreporting of coronavirus cases because of technology issues. Specifically, submitting reports into the state's disease registry system.

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