Two more COVID-19 case were confirmed Wednesday, bringing the Napa County total to 25 since the first positive result was reported on March 22, the county reported Wednesday morning.
One of the cases was from Napa, the other from American Canyon, the county reported.
As of Wednesday, the city of Napa had 17 confirmed cases, with four in the unincorporated areas, two in American Canyon and one each in St. Helena and Calistoga, Napa County reported.
The county’s 25 confirmed cases compares to 17,625 statewide and 401,166 cases nationwide, the county said Wednesday.
Napa County has two reported deaths. There have been 452 deaths in California and 12,936 nationally, the county reported in its daily update.
Two Napa County residents are being treated in hospitals, the county said on Tuesday.
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