An additional 2,410 doses of vaccine have been administered since Friday's report, the county said.
Another 4,209 doses of vaccine have been administered locally since Tuesday, the county reported.
Twenty-four percent of the county's population 16 years and older is now fully vaccinated, the county said.
The state of California will determine Tuesday if Napa's numbers are good enough to lessen health-related restrictions on businesses and community life.
A total of 85,516 vaccine doses have been administered to people who live or work here, the county said.
Among deaths tied to the pandemic, 81% have been people 65 years and older.
New cases are continuing at a low level since their peak in January.
New COVID-19 cases continue their downward arc in Napa County.
Weekly cases dropped below 100 for the first time in 19 weeks.
For the seventh day in a row, no new deaths, the county reported.
This was the first week in seven weeks that didn't begin with the county reporting a pandemic-related death.
Almost 9,000 vaccinations were delivered to Napa County residents this week, the county said.
Although deaths have risen this week, new COVID-19 cases remain at a reduced level.
Local hospitalizations are at the lowest level since November.
Fifty-six percent of Napa County pandemic deaths are people 75 and older, the county reports.
The number of vaccine doses given to county residents is approaching 50,000.
The county expects to gear up vaccinations starting Thursday after weather-related supply delay.
The average age of local residents who died with COVID is 76, with 31% aged 85 and up.
County reports lowest start-of-week COVID case total since October, and one new death.