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Why protesters didn’t get same response as worshiper gathering, rodeo, more amid covid-19 08-02-2020

Published August 7, 2020

Since the coronavirus pandemic started, the Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency has called out several high-profile gatherings, including a worship service at the Sundial Bridge, a rodeo in Cottonwood and the ongoing crowds at WaterWorks Park before it agreed to close for the season.

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