Washington

Please find the information below based on Washington states current COVID19 status. You will find what is happening in each county and what homes are affected by these counties. Please find below the phases criterias that Embassy family of companies is enforcing with the states guidelines. To ensure the safety of our individuals please wash your hands, use our PPE equipment and wear a mask until July 31st. Thank you. 

Updated July 1st, 2020

FACIAL MASKS ARE REQUIRED STATEWIDE

COVID19 WA Data 

Phases by counties

Outlined below is the “Safe Start” plan, a phased approach to re-open Washington’s economy. Under the plan, businesses and activities will re-open in phases with adequate social distancing measures & health standards in place. Businesses may also need to meet additional requirements developed specifically for their industry. For a list of essential businesses and their specific guidelines click here.

Washington State Coronavirus Response (COVID-19)

For updated information on what the DOH is doing for Washington state and to report cases please click on the buttons below. 

Phases Guidelines and expectations of residents/employees

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Phases 1 Overall Expectations 

  • This phase is Washington's initial stay-at-home with some modifications Inslee outlined at the end of April, including allowing low-risk construction, fishing, hunting, and park access. 

  • By mid-May, retail curbside pickup, auto sales, and car washes could resume with restrictions. Most aspects of car sales will remain virtual, including meeting with a salesperson to discuss car features and financing. Cars and car keys must be sanitized before sale.

  • Drive-in spiritual services would be allowed with one car per household. Car windows must stay rolled up, and people can't get out of their cars. Churches aren't allowed to provide food, beverages, or other materials.

  • Large group gatherings are still banned, and all travel should be essential.

Phases 2 Overall Expectations 

  • This phase would allow more outdoor recreation, such as camping.

  • Small group gatherings of five people or less are allowed. 

  • Barbershops and salons could reopen along with restaurants at 50% capacity and tables of five people or less. Pet services, including grooming, could resume. Some professional services could resume, although teleworking will still be encouraged.

  • Limited non-essential travel within the proximity of your home is allowed.

Phases 3 Overall Expectations 

  • Group sizes could expand to 50 people or less.

  • Non-essential travel could resume.

  • Restaurants could move to 75% capacity and bars to 25%. Gyms, recreational facilities, like pools, and movie theaters could reopen at 50% capacity. Libraries, museums, and government buildings could also reopen.

  • Nightclubs and entertainment venues would not be allowed to open.

Phases 4 Overall Expectations 

  • The "majority of public interactions" would resume. Gatherings of more than 50 people are allowed with social distancing.

  • Worksite staffing would be unrestricted, although workers should follow social distancing. Bars, restaurants, and entertainment venues can return to full capacity.

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