Shasta County COVID-19 Situation Update for 6/20/2020: 4 New Cases

Total Confirmed Cases: 80
Confirmed Cases Today: 4

Total Tests to Date: 9064

In Isolation: 27
In Quarantine: 50
Total Deaths: 4

Negative Tests: 8984

Currently Hospitalized in Shasta County:

Current Situation:

• Shasta County has 4 new positive cases today. They are:
o PATIENTS WITH SYMPTOMS: A man in his 30’s, a man in his 40’s and one man in
his 60’s who is hospitalized.
o PATIENTS WITH NO SYMPTOMS: A woman in her 70’s who is a resident of a
congregate setting.

• In March, the state entered a shut-down to prevent the uncontrolled spread of COVID-19, which hurt our economy, especially small businesses. Most of those restrictions have been relaxed, but the virus continues to spread in our community, so we need to slow it down in other ways. Here are some simple ways to do your part to keep people safe and keep our small businesses open:
o Wear a face covering as directed by the new state order
o Maintaining social distancing
o Stay home when sick

• Anyone can be tested for COVID-19. If you have symptoms, contact your healthcare provider or call (530) 225-5591. People with or without symptoms can sign up for testing at Shasta College by going to Appointments are required.


Live maps:

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

-from press release
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