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Shasta Health leaders keeping an eye out for possible post-holiday surge 01/06/2021

Published January 7, 2021

With the holiday season wrapping up, Shasta County health leaders are keeping an eye on any possible surges.

Community members in Shasta County are bracing for more Covid-19 cases.

ā€œI'm sure there will be a rise in cases,ā€ said Dene Kipp of Redding. ā€œIā€™m very careful and I don't go out much among people.ā€

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