County supervisors gave approval to breweries and wineries to open next week on October 6 for outdoor service, providing much-needed relief for businesses that have been closed continuously for over six months, according to KTLA News. Measures such as reservations, social distancing, limited hours, and other safety measures will still be in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Supervisor Janice Hahn introduced the motion to allow breweries and wineries to reopen in LA County, noting the county did not see a spike in coronavirus cases after Labor Day.
Before this motion passed, only breweries and wineries with a full restaurant component were allowed to resume service for outdoor dining. Breweries and wineries would join the multitude of LA restaurants who have had the chance to reopen for outdoor service in recent months. Despite the loosening of these restrictions