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Posted on: May 6, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Napa County Extends Testing to All County Residents and Community Workforce

(NAPA, CALIF.) – Napa County announced the availability of COVID-19 testing for anyone, symptomatic or symptom free, who lives or works in Napa County. This is a major expansion of local community testing through the collaboration recently announced by Gavin Newsom with Community Organized Relief Effort (CORE) and the Verily life sciences research organization. 

The testing for any Napa County resident or member of the community workforce is available by appointment Mondays through Saturdays.   Registration and appointments are available through the County website.

Appointments may also be made by calling bilingual staff at the County’s information line at (707) 253-4540, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., and 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Registration by phone is encouraged for residents who are:

  • Under 18 years of age
  • Received a rejection notification from the online screen process
  • Requesting testing for 1+ members (with children) in your household

Entry to the testing site open only to people in four-wheel, closed-top, non-commercial, non-recreational vehicles. Walk-ins will not be permitted and individuals will be asked to provide their appointment confirmation information upon arrival.

Kaiser Permanente is testing symptomatic members. County residents and workers who are showing symptoms, and are Kaiser members, should contact Kaiser Permanente for testing before going through the County/Core/Verily testing process.  Kaiser members may call their advice nurse line at (707) 651-1025 or go to Kaiser online to schedule an appointment.

Community members Rob and Lydia Mondavi first introduced the State/Core/Verily testing collaboration to Napa County Public Health after Ms. Mondavi reached out to members of the CORE Response Team in an effort to expand testing to Napa County’s farmworker community. Ms. Mondavi engaged local physician Dr. Ingrid Hohimer McNicoll and the Napa Valley Vintners in this effort.

More information on Napa County’s COVID-19 testing may be found on the County website.

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