Shasta County COVID-19 Situation Update for 6/08/2020: 2 New Cases

Total Confirmed Cases: 46
Confirmed Cases Today: 2

Total Tests to Date: 5862

In Isolation: 9
In Quarantine: 21
Total Deaths: 4

Negative Tests: 5816

Currently Hospitalized in Shasta County:
1 Shasta County resident

Current Situation:

• Shasta County has 2 new positive cases, neither of whom had symptoms: a woman in her 30s who is isolated at home, and a man in his 90s who is isolated at home.

• Employers juggle multiple challenges, including recruiting and retaining a well-trained, high-quality workforce. During COVID-19, employers are also faced with how and when to reopen workplaces to keep employees safe and be responsive to their needs. As the stay at home orders are lifted, employees may need child care supports and workplace flexibility. You can find some suggested family-friendly practices on Click on “Roadmap to Recovery” and expand the “What can open now?” link.

• As stay-at-home orders are lifted for additional industries to promote California’s economic recovery, the need for child care and other supports for working families increases. You can find child care, assistance with paying for child care and additional supports for your family on Click on “Roadmap to Recovery” and expand the “What can open now?” link.

• Now that people are spending more time in public, we encourage everyone to get tested for COVID-19. If you have symptoms, contact your healthcare provider or call Shasta County Public Health at (530) 225-5591. If you don’t have symptoms, go to Appointments are required.


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Unified Command Agencies: Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency, CalFire, Shasta County Sheriff

Cooperating Agencies:
City of Redding
City of Anderson
City of Shasta Lake
Mercy Medical Center Redding
Shasta Regional Medical Center
Redding Rancheria Tribal Health Center
Shasta Community Health Center
Mountain Valleys Health Centers
Mayers Memorial Hospital District

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