New cases are concentrated in people under 17 years of age and those in their 20s, the county reported.
Voices from the Vineyard: About two-thirds of Napa Valley employers offer health insurance to full time farmworkers, according to one poll. But workers do not always enroll, citing unaffordable premiums.
Forty percent of the total county population is now fully vaccinated against the coronavirus, the county reported.
The four new cases reported Wednesday were the lowest single day total since October.
The county is planning vaccination clinics on weekends and evening, and may even come to your neighborhood.
A new warning needs to accompany the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, officials said.
More than half of Napa County has received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. These Napans share why they got theirs.
The county set a record last week, delivering 29,764 doses of vaccine, officials said.
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.
A walk-in vaccination clinic is available this week for anyone 16 years and older.
The clinics are open to anyone 16 years and older, with registration required, Tuesday through Friday this week from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Meritage Resort.
These clinics are open to anyone 16 years and older, with registration required.
With the sale of the Napa County Fairgrounds still up in the air, the County has been negotiating with OLE Health for possible space on the property.
As a federally qualified health center operating in Napa and Solano counties, OLE will vaccinate eligible patients it says may have otherwise slipped through the cracks.
Biz buzz: OLE Health has named Sonia Tolbert as its chief development officer.
Napa Valley Vintners will fulfill its pledge to maintain charitable spending even after Auction Napa Valley's cancellation in March due to the pandemic.
Data shows Black, Hispanic and Native Americans have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic in counties nationwide. Statistics in Napa County show the local disparity for Latinos.
OLE Health will be giving away cucumber plants on Friday, June 26 at its South Napa Campus.