Shasta County COVID-19 Situation Update for 6/24/2020: 4 New Cases

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Total Confirmed Cases: 92
Confirmed Cases Today: 4

Total Tests to Date: 10735

Negative Tests: 10643

In Isolation: 22
In Quarantine: 80
Total Deaths: 4

Total Shasta County Residents Hospitalized (Current & Released): 13

Currently Hospitalized in Shasta County: 1

Current Situation:

• Shasta County has 4 new positive cases today. Three have symptoms and were connected with other confirmed positive cases. The fourth is still under investigation. They are a woman in her
20s, a woman in her 30s, a man in his 30s and a man in his 40s.

• Some of our more recent cases have been the result of out-of-town guests staying at the homes of Shasta County residents. Social distancing, wearing cloth face coverings, handwashing and staying away from other people when you are sick helps slow the spread of disease, even among friends and extended family.

• We all play a part in helping protect the public health while keeping our businesses open and our economy moving forward. Please follow the state order and wear face coverings in public places and businesses.


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

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