NAPA COUNTY, CA — Three people died from the coronavirus in Napa County since Friday, bringing the county's total number of coronavirus-related deaths to seven. The county reported four total deaths Friday, but on Saturday, reported there were five total deaths; on Monday, the county's death toll rose to seven since the outbreak began in March.
As of Tuesday in Napa County, there have been 661 total coronavirus cases confirmed since March, 447 of which were active Tuesday, while 207 Napa County residents have recovered from the virus.
Napa County government officials said Monday that 49 new cases were reported over the past 72 hours.
On July 14, the Napa County Board of Supervisors approved an urgency ordinance that allows county staff to issue citations for violations of state or local public health orders related to the coronavirus. The ordinance cites a rise in infections and community spread in both Napa County and statewide as the reason for more effective enforcement of public health orders.
Here's the breakdown of the cumulative number of coronavirus cases by city/community:
City of Napa: 373
City of American Canyon: 116
City of Calistoga: 51
County area between St. Helena and Calistoga: 41
City of St. Helena: 23
East Napa County Area: 12
Town of Yountville: 11
County Area of West Napa and Yountville: 9
County Area between Yountville and St. Helena: 7