As the coronavirus pandemic continues to evolve, businesses and organizations should stay up-to-date on the latest health, wellness and operational recommendations to help ease employee and customer concerns while preventing the spread of the virus.
Update | 3/11/2021
Governor Inslee announced an expansion to the State’s Healthy Washington: Roadmap to Recovery plan, moving the state into a new Phase 3 on March 22.
Phase 3 allows for expanded business operations, recreational activity and relaxes some social distancing measures:
- All indoor business, recreational and social activty may now operate at 50% capacity, up to 400 people
- Outdoor sporting events may now allow spectators at up to 25% capacity
Masks and social distancing continue to be required.
For more information on the Healthy Washington reopening plan or the latest related information, visit Washington State's COVID-19 response page.
Washington State's COVID-19 restrictions are determined by the Healthy Washington: Roadmap to Recovery plan. This plan implements updated phases for reopening in the State:
For more information, visit the State of Washington's resource page:
We will do our best to ensure this information is updated, however the coronavirus situation is changing rapidly and we cannot guarantee continued accuracy. Please follow the WA State Department of Health and King County Public Health for the latest information and recommendations.