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Placer County issues health alert after basketball tournament outbreak – KCRA Sacramento

Placer County Public Health has issued a health alert after more than two dozen people from two other counties who took part in youth basketball tournaments tested…

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ROCKLIN, Calif. —Placer County Public Health has issued a health alert after more than two dozen people from two other counties who took part in youth basketball tournaments tested positive for COVID-19.
The tournament was held at Courtside Basketball Center on Tinker Road in unincorporated Rocklin on Nov. 7 and 8, according to the health alert.
Placer County Public Health says people who were at the center on those days may have been exposed to coronavirus and should quarantine and get tested,…

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