LIFE AFTER COVID-19: Here’s what restaurants, gyms, schools, sports will look like when they reopen
California has approved Napa County to move on to Phase 2, which includes dining restaurants, retail stores, shopping malls and swap meetings – all with adaptations.
Schools can also reopen from 1 June. However, a spokesman for Napa Unified told ABC7 that the area is not opening, nor is there a date when it will.
As for the wine and tasting rooms, they will remain closed because they are outside the state renewal phase 3.
Companies in Napa County that reopen are required to meet state standards, show customers and employees that the restaurant has reduced risk and publish signals about their social distancing protocol.
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