Napa County Restaurants Open For Dine-In Service

By Deyanira on May 20, 2020
BERLIN, GERMANY – MAY 19: Worker cleans a table in a open restaurant during the coronavirus crisis on May 19, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. While restaurants in Berlin have been allowed to reopen since May 15, anecdotal evidence suggests customers have been slow to return in large numbers. Germany has taken broad measures to ease lockdown restrictions and is lifting controls on its borders. At the same time popular anger against the restrictions from a wide variety of political creeds has been mounting over recent weeks. (Photo by Maja Hitij/Getty Images)

The state of California has approved the opening of dine-in services in Napa County. As Napa moves further into phase two, they will be allowed to open the following businesses: dine-in services, retail stores, shopping malls swap meets and schools.

With the full reopening of restaurants, employees and employers will be forced to follow very specific guidelines. These guidelines ensure that employers perform temperature checks, provide face coverings and more.

You can read the full guidelines here.

While schools remain closed at the moment, they are set to reopen on June 1st. Any business and school that decides to open will have to adhere to state guidelines for COVID-19 prevention.

Wineries and tasting rooms will remain closed until phase 3.

For all Napa County guidelines go here.