Coronavirus (2019 Novel Coronavirus)

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  • March 31, 2020 -  Napa County has confirmed one additional case of COVID-19 for a total of 15 cases. The patient is in the unincorporated area near the City of Napa. Isolation and quarantine orders are in effect and an investigation is underway. Today’s updated testing data can be found the ’COVID-19 Testing’ page.

    Napa County Public Health reported the first confirmed death of a Napa County resident due to COVID-19. The death occurred on March 31st. The adult patient was being treated at a hospital. Pending notification of immediate family and due to confidentiality laws, no other information is being released at this time.  
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La situación con COVID-19

  • 31 de marzo de 2020 - El Condado de Napa ha confirmado un caso adicional de COVID-19 para un total de 15 casos. El paciente vive en un área no incorporada del Condado cerca a la Cuidad de Napa. Ordenes de aislamiento y cuarentena están en efecto y se está llevando a cabo una investigación. Estadísticas actuales sobre pruebas locales está disponible en: ’COVID-19 Testing.’

    El Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado de Napa reporta la primera muerte confirma de un residente del Condado de Napa a causa del COVID-19. La muerte ocurrió el 31 de marzo. El paciente era adulto y estaba recibiendo tratamiento en un hospital. Por el momento no hay más información disponible, conforme a leyes de confidencialidad y pendiente notificación a la familia. “Expresamos nuestro más sincero pésame a la familia y a los amigos y amistades durante estos momentos tan difíciles,” declaro la Dra. Karen Relucio, Oficial de Salud Pública del Condado de Napa. “Más que nunca, es esencial que todos practiquemos distanciamiento físico, y si estamos enfermos, aunque los síntomas sean leves, debemos hacer un esfuerzo por mantener el auto-aislamiento y seguir el Orden de Mantener Refugio en el Hogar.  
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COVID-19 is a new coronavirus that has caused an outbreak of respiratory illness in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China and has spread to other areas of Asia, the Middle East, South Korea and Europe. Symptoms of this virus are similar to influenza, most commonly causing fever, cough and shortness of breath. While this virus can cause severe illness or even death, many cases have been mild and some of those infected never experience symptoms.

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Pandemic Preparedness Resources

Planning resources developed for pandemic influenza are also applicable to COVID-19 pandemic planning. Learn about community preparedness and outbreak response.

Note: This is a rapidly evolving situation and CDC is developing information to assist, including checklists for health care and hospital preparedness.

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