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December 21, 1995 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Three people have died in Shasta County and hundreds more have become ill in a hepatitis epidemic that a top health official said had reached "astronomical proportions." Authorities said the number of confirmed cases of hepatitis A is at the highest level in at least 44 years. Dr. Andrew Deckert, the county's chief public health officer, said the deaths of two Redding residents and another from Shasta Lake this year may be the first in the county ever attributed to hepatitis A.
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December 21, 1995 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Three people have died in Shasta County and hundreds more have become ill in a hepatitis epidemic that a top health official said had reached "astronomical proportions." Authorities said the number of confirmed cases of hepatitis A is at the highest level in at least 44 years. Dr. Andrew Deckert, the county's chief public health officer, said the deaths of two Redding residents and another from Shasta Lake this year may be the first in the county ever attributed to hepatitis A.
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December 6, 1987 | Associated Press
Shasta County supervisors are being sued for closing Shasta General Hospital and allegedly violating a court order to maintain health care services for the poor. Legal Services of Northern California filed the suit Friday, alleging the county Board of Supervisors failed to provide alternative outpatient services or notify other health care facilities of the hospital's October closure. A hearing has been scheduled Dec.
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December 6, 1987 | Associated Press
Shasta County supervisors are being sued for closing Shasta General Hospital and allegedly violating a court order to maintain health care services for the poor. Legal Services of Northern California filed the suit Friday, alleging the county Board of Supervisors failed to provide alternative outpatient services or notify other health care facilities of the hospital's October closure. A hearing has been scheduled Dec.
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November 13, 1987
The Shasta County Board of Supervisors has closed Shasta General Hospital in Redding despite a court order requiring that it be kept open. The hospital stopped admitting patients in preparation for a complete shutdown because of budget problems. Supervisors estimated losses at $10,000 per day. They said they were uncertain about the legal ramifications of closing the hospital to help reduce an $850,000 county budget deficit.
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November 13, 1987
The Shasta County Board of Supervisors has closed Shasta General Hospital in Redding despite a court order requiring that it be kept open. The hospital stopped admitting patients in preparation for a complete shutdown because of budget problems. Supervisors estimated losses at $10,000 per day. They said they were uncertain about the legal ramifications of closing the hospital to help reduce an $850,000 county budget deficit.
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