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Shasta Health leaders urge community to help bring down covid-19 case numbers 12/02/2020

Published December 4, 2020

Coronavirus cases climbing across the country and here in Northern California, almost 14 million cases nationwide despite restrictions.

Many local law enforcement leaders said they’re not enforcing the state’s mandates. But while there is no enforcement on the local level, there is enforcement on the state level.

Agencies such as the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control and CalOSHA can step. But in order to get the virus under control, officials say it’s about community cooperation.

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