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Who’s being asked to take covid-19 seriously now in Shasta County? Health workers 08-14-2020

Published August 14, 2020

In an ironic turn of events, Shasta County officials are imploring a new group of people to take COVID-19 precautions seriously: health workers.

Kerri Schuette, a spokeswoman for the county, said the agency has been hearing from residents "who were troubled that their healthcare providers or their staff were not wearing masks."

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