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SONOMA COUNTY WINE AND EATS: WHAT’S NEW FOR NOVEMBER 2020

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SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, – November marks the beginning of the best parts of the season ahead: Festive celebrations, seasonal pop-ups and activities, the joy of giving, and lots of delicious ways to wine and dine with friends and family. ‘Tis the season to enjoy the spoils of autumn, from savoring cozy winery experiences to catching beautiful fall sunsets over colorful vineyards and the stunning Pacific Ocean. The night air is crisp and invites travelers to enjoy each other’s company under festive lights strung over al fresco experiences.

This month, we are delighted to announce all new places and ways to experience culinary delights, discover unique Sonoma County wines, and celebrate the spirit of the season.

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Sonoma County’s health officer will wait two more weeks before reopening more businesses

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Two days after allowing a broad range of businesses to resume in Sonoma County, the top public health official said Monday it would take at least two weeks to determine whether restaurateurs welcoming back diners inside and cosmetologists cutting and styling clients’ hair, along with other commercial activities, will increase local spread of the coronavirus and, if so, cause serious illness.

Taking a cautionary approach with that in mind, Dr. Sundari Mase, the county’s health officer, said she has no plans to clear the way for another area reopening wave, including fitness centers, campgrounds and hotels for leisure travelers, until June 22 so she and her team can assess the effects of public interaction at the enterprises that just resumed operations. And that’s despite state officials saying those additional business sectors and public venues could restart on June 12.

“Lifting too many restrictions too soon could potentially lead to a large increase in cases and result in avoidable hospitalizations and deaths,” Mase said Monday, during a press briefing. “It may also lead to longer term economic harms.”

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