Two days into the new week, COVID-19 cases are staying at a low level, according to Napa County reports.
There were 24 confirmed cases on Monday, with eight more reported Tuesday, the county said. Six county residents remain hospitalized.
There have now been 1,766 confirmed cases since March. Thirteen people have died and 1,558 have recovered.
Because of a drop in cases over the past month and a half, Napa County has been allowed to expand some commercial activities and plan to allow some relaxation of school restrictions.
Napa County is encouraging people to get tested for the coronavirus. To sign up for a COVID-19 test, visit: projectbaseline.com/study/covid-19/
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