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Shasta schools see fewer positive covid-19 case rates among students, more among staff 09/08/2021

Published September 9, 2021

There were 162 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday and a quarter of them were reported in children under 17 years old, Shasta County Public Health and Human Services spokeswoman Kerri Schuette said during a media briefing on Wednesday.

Twelve of the Shasta County schools have had transmission of the virus on campus from the start of school through Aug. 31, Superintendent of Schools, Judy Flores said during the briefing.

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