Napa County may close businesses as coronavirus cases surge
Recently reopened businesses in Napa County may have to close again soon, health officials said. As coronavirus cases surge, the county may shut down businesses to keep patrons and workers safe.
Bars, indoor restaurants, card rooms and museums are among businesses which could temporarily close.
If cases continue to rise, the county will take action by Thursday, officials warned. If businesses are ordered to shut, they will remain closed for at least three weeks due to state requirements.
The county has 291 active coronavirus cases, and has had 436 cases total.
The county said that people should stay safe right now by social distancing and wearing face masks.