Temecula Wine Country gearing up to deal with virus fallout

Jeff Pack Staff Writer With regional, state and federal agencies recommending that the public limit face-to-face interactions with other human beings and crowds due to the threat of transmission of the coronavirus, that leaves hospitality and entertainment venues and businesses wondering what the next few weeks will look like.  “People are nervous,” Devin Parr, Brand Marketing Partner for Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country, said in a phone interview on Friday, March 13. “We're getting phone calls because that's just sort of the vibe right now nationwide. But as of now, the tasting rooms are open and people are welcoming. Visitors and staff are taking every precaution, using heightened cleaning and disinfecting measures. They're being diligent and reporting anyon
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