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Shasta County public health working with Bethel leaders to prevent further spread 10/14/2020

Published October 15, 2020

Shasta County’s coronavirus cases are climbing. On Wednesday, the county saw about two new dozen cases.

Shasta County Public Health says a majority of these surge in cases are coming from the Windsor Redding Care Center and the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry. Public Health says it continues to work with the School of Supernatural Ministry and that students are encouraged to wear masks and stay home if they're feeling sick.

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