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Do you agree with Governor Inslee’s Phased Re-Opening Plan?
Author: Peter Abbarno
May 1, 2020
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Phase 1

  • Some restrictions could be lifted in mid-May, including retail curbside pickup, auto sales, car washes and drive-in church services.
  • The ban on large gatherings remains in effect, even gatherings where participants think they can socially distance.

Phase 2

  • Increase in outdoor recreation, including camping.
  • Small gatherings of five people or less could return
  • New construction and in-store retail purchases with health restrictions.
  • Barber shops and salons could reopen.
  • Restaurants could reopen with 50% capacity and table size no larger than five people.
  • Some professional services and offices could open as well, even though teleworking would remain strongly encouraged.
  • Pet care services including grooming could resume.

Phase 3

  • Gatherings of 50 people or less could resume, including sports activities.
  • Restaurants and bars could increase their capacities to 75% and gyms and movie theaters could reopen at 50% capacity.
  • Retail, libraries, museums and government buildings could reopen.
  • Recreational facilities including pools could open at 50% capacity.

Phase 4

  • The majority of public interactions could resume and gatherings of more than 50 people would be allowed, but still while practicing social distancing.
  • Bars, restaurants and entertainment venues could return to allow the maximum licensed capacity of their venues.
  • Worksites could reopen, but with physical distancing remaining in place.
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