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Selland's and OBO, both owned by the Selland's family, won't likely reopen for dine-in service immediately.
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On Wednesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced 19 counties — including Sacramento, San Joaquin and Los Angeles — must close bars and indoor activities such as dining, movie theaters and museums. The order comes as public health officials attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus before a busy holiday weekend.
We explore what that will mean in the Sacramento region, speaking with Mayor Darrell Steinberg and local restauranteurs about how these new rules will affect them and how they're handling the impacts of COVID-19.
- Mayor Darrell Steinberg
- Restaurateurs Randall Selland and Andrea Lepore