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Shasta County's Response to Local Emergencies

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Data and Statistics

This page includes Shasta County and statewide data regarding COVID-19. Find more information at covid19.ca.gov and in the Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Get answers to frequently asked questions.

In Shasta County (updated weekly, most recently 7/20/2021): 

  • 120,269 total vaccines given
  • 40.8% of population fully vaccinated (61,977 people)
  • 49.2% of population with at least one dose (74,695 people)

Vaccine dashboard

vaccine rates by age
doses by week and age

Rates

Current county data is now available from the Centers for Disease Control and the California Department of Public Health.

Variants of concern in Shasta County

Please note: Not all cases are sequenced, and reports on sequencing are quite delayed. It is important to know that these variants have been detected in Shasta County and it is unknown how widespread they are at this time. The delta variant is now the most prevalent strain of the COVID-19 virus circulating in the United States. The below numbers were updated 7/22/2021.

Alpha (B.1.1.7, United Kingdom): 62 laboratory-confirmed cases

Beta (B.1.351, South Africa): 7 laboratory-confirmed cases

Delta (B.1.617.2, India): 7 laboratory-confirmed cases

Gamma (P.1, Brazil): 1 laboratory-confirmed case

On June 29, 2021, CDC de-escalated Epsilon from a “variant of concern” to a “variant of interest.” Therefore, we have removed the Epsilon cases from our count, which is why the number of variants of concern went down from our last report. Of these cases, 56% are female and 44% male. The average age is 42. 

Community Impact

Statistics and Maps

Johns Hopkins UniversityInteractive map of cases worldwide - Johns Hopkins University

CA.govCalifornia Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

CDCUnited States at a glance