Coronavirus (2019 Novel Coronavirus)

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Situation Update

  • April 4, 2020 - Please note that we are experiencing technical difficulties with the LiveStory testing and case data platform. We are working with technical support to correct. For now, we are posting the information below: Also, there are currently three of Napa County’s cases are in the hospital, two not critical and one pending an update on status. We are going to incorporate this information in to our LiveStory platform as it is public information.

    As of 10:30 AM this morning, Napa County is reporting 20 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with two (2) confirmed deaths.  A total of 486 individuals have been tested in Napa County and 348 tests were negative and 118 tested patients are awaiting test results. There are 73 individuals that are currently being monitored due to having a close contact to a confirmed case.

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La situación con COVID-19

  • 4 de abril de 2020 -  A partir de las 10:30 a.m. de esta mañana, el Condado de Napa tiene 20 casos confirmados de COVID-19 con dos (2) muertes confirmadas. Se han realizado 486 pruebas en total en el Condado de Napa de las cuales 348 han sido negativas y 118 pacientes están esperando resultados. Actualmente, 73 personas están siendo monitoreadas debido a que han tenido contacto cercano con un caso confirmado.

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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.


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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