The City of Napa is planning to open up in-person public services and public meetings in July.
Napa County has hired Danielle Adams, formerly of Providence Queen of the Valley Medical Center, to be the new public information officer.
Thursday's blaze damaged 10% of the large storage facility and 20% of inventory, a county official estimated.
The county is planning vaccination clinics on weekends and evening, and may even come to your neighborhood.
Public Health officials say they have the capability to vaccinate 75% to 80% of the county's residents by summer, but have seen a decrease in demand for shots this week.
None of the vaccinated persons who tested positive fell ill or displayed COVID-19 symptoms, something Napa County officials say underscores the importance of vaccines.
The vast majority of individuals who originally tested positive received negative retests. State officials are conducting separate retesting in order to determine if variant strains of COVID-19 may be at play.
Even as California moves to expand vaccine eligibility for residents statewide, Napa County's allocations have not increased enough to allow it to vaccinate all newly eligible.
Many have spent the pandemic interacting with customers each day. After receiving their vaccines, the relief among staff is palpable, grocery store owners say.
Napa County will publicly disclose names of facilities with outbreaks of COVID-19 following a request from the County Committee on Aging for increased transparency.
County reports lowest start-of-week COVID case total since October, and one new death.
Bad weather in the Midwest will hit home by delaying COVID-19 vaccinations in Napa County next week.
Friday's case total was the lowest day since October.
Napa County is using library staff to operate a hotline for people who want the COVID vaccine, but are uncomfortable using technology.
Napa County technically entered into Phase 1b of vaccinations in mid-January, though officials say real time administration of doses is lagging significantly.
Intermittent vaccine availability in Napa County means eligible residents are left waiting — a situation frustrating much of the eligible population.
The storm packed much less punch in Napa than weather forecasters had been predicting.
The website is currently taking expressions of interest from people over age 65 and frontline essential workers.
Displaced fire evacuees — living in RVs at the Napa Valley Expo — have until Feb. 8 to find long-term housing elsewhere because of the Expo's contractual obligations in 2021.
Napa County has tied the record for most COVID deaths in a week, with two more reporting days remaining.
The region is still welcoming visitors, though that could change overnight as the Bay Area's ICUs fill. For businesses, the question is now 'when,' not 'if.'
Upticks, once attributable to specific households or industries, are now widespread across the county. Officials are bracing for a Thanksgiving surge.
Napa County is under a limited stay-at-home order imposed last week on the state's purple tier counties. Local law enforcement asks for cooperation from residents.
Even with 5,000 Calistoga residents allowed to return home Sunday, 7,500 Napa County residents still remained under evacuation orders Monday morning.