More businesses close as employees test positive for COVID-19

Wilson Creek Winery posts signs about COVID-19 safety measures, as well as hand sanitizing stations and signs on the tables reminding guests of social distancing at the winery, Friday, June 26. Valley News/Lexington Howe photo
Wilson Creek Winery in Temecula Wine Country announced the temporary closure of their tasting room and the Creekside Grille Restaurant as of Wednesday, June 24, after two employees tested positive for COVID-19, although the winery will still be open for curbside wine club and bottle pickups, according to a recent statement. The Courtyard Bar and Grill will also remain open for to-go orders for a select few items.“We have been closely monitoring COVID-19 updates, and unfortunately, we have recently learned that two of our own have tested positive for the virus. We are saddened by this, as we have gone above and beyond the recommended protocols to protect the safety of all,” according to Wilson Creek Winery’s recent statement. “While we cannot divulge the identity, department or
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