California has approved Napa County to move to Phase 2, which includes restaurants with restaurants, retail stores, malls and trade-ins – all with adaptations.
Schools can also reopen from June 1. However, a Napa Unified spokesperson told ABC7 that the neighborhood would not open and that he had no date when it would.
As for the cellars and tasting rooms, they will remain closed because they are part of phase 3 of the state’s reopening. Napa County companies that reopen are required to respect state standards, to show customers and to employees that the establishment presents a reduced risk and to post the signs of their social distancing protocol.
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