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Almost 9,000 vaccinations were delivered to Napa County residents this week, the county said.
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Although deaths have risen this week, new COVID-19 cases remain at a reduced level.
Local hospitalizations are at the lowest level since November.
Sen. Dodd cited Napa's public health officer for her efforts to coordinate the fight against COVID-19.
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These clinics are offered to American Canyon residents 65 years and above.
Fifty-six percent of Napa County pandemic deaths are people 75 and older, the county reports.
One of American Canyon's niches in Napa County's wine world is providing room for refrigerated wine warehouses, with another on the way.
If cases stay low, the county could advance to the orange tier later this month, Dr. Karen Relucio said.
The District Attorney's Office wants to improve services to a historically underserved community.
The U.S. Flag Code requires that flags be disposed of in a "dignified way, preferably by burning."
Napa County could make the jump from purple to red on the state's COVID-19 rating scale a week sooner than previously announced.
The number of vaccine doses given to county residents is approaching 50,000.