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Napa County no longer appears on state COVID-19 watch list – SF Gate

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Indications of re opening services can be seen along Davis Street in downtown Santa Rosa on Friday June 12, 2020.

Signs of re opening companies can be seen along Davis Street in downtown Santa Rosa on Friday June 12, 2020.

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Indications of re opening companies can be seen along Davis Street in downtown Santa Rosa on Friday June 12, 2020.

Indications of re opening organisations can be seen along Davis Street in downtown Santa Rosa on Friday June 12, 2020.

Image: The Washington Post/The Washington Post Via Getty Im

Napa County no longer appears on state COVID-19 watch list

California Gov. Gavin Newsom formerly specified that San Francisco County was “most likely” to come off the watch list this week, but the county reactivated the watch lists case-per-capita and ICU bed capacity indications Thursday. The soonest SF can come off the list is now Tuesday of next week after the 2 indications were marked once again Friday.

Wildfire-battling Napa County is no longer listed on the states COVID-19 tracking list, making it the very first of the nine Bay Area counties to come off the list given that all were added throughout the month of July.

The county was gotten rid of from the states county-by-county chart on the watch list Thursday, but still appeared on the watch lists main page with in-depth descriptions for why each county is on the list. Since Friday morning, Napa County has been eliminated from both, relatively verifying that the county is no longer topic to state-mandated indoor company closures, and local schools can resume schools for in-person education 14 days from now.

The other 7 Bay Area counties all have different indicators marked, and none are especially near being under the 100-case-per-100,000- resident threshold needed to please the case criteria.

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