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California winemakers are racing to salvage their grape harvests before wildfires destroy them

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As the second-largest wildfire in state history ravages California, vineyards in Sonoma County rush to harvest grapes before the smoke can ruin their crop. Since August 15, 1.6 million acres in California have burned — an area the size of Delaware. There are also fears that the coronavirus pandemic could spread among agricultural workers working under harsh conditions.

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