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With the rapid spread of COVID-19, both state and federal governments have issued rules and regulations. Below you can find regulations at the local, state (Washington State) and federal level.
Travel within the United States is much different than it was before.
If you decide to travel please remember to:
Wash your hands
Avoid touching your nose, eyes, or mouth
Remain 6 feet away from others
Wear a protective cloth over your face
If you do decide to travel, please follow local and state safety guidelines. For guidance, check the state or local health department where you are, along your route, and at your planned destination.
The federal government, under the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), has released the Guidelines to Opening America, its own phased approach for individuals and business. Though these guidelines largely defer to state and local governments, a general outline is still provided. Phase 1 is for states and regions that have satisfied “gating criteria”, meaning that hospitals and clinics have been approved with possessing the appropriate amount of resources to treat the virus. Phases 2 and 3 are for states and regions that have satisfied gating criteria and also have been with no evidence for a rebound. More details regarding these phases for individuals and employers can be found at here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/openingamerica/
Washington state regulations
To know what is open and what is closed, visit this following link: WA - Safe Start
Washington State’s Governor Jay Inslee’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order requires residents to stay home unless they need to attend an essential activity.
Essential activities include:
Going to work at an essential business
More information essential business criteria here: coronavirus.wa.gov - Essential Business
Attending a medical appointment
Picking up takeout food from a restaurant
Going outside for walks and exercise
The two sites below contain data tables for cases specific to Washington state and a number to text to receive updates.
As of June 26th, Governor Inslee issued a face mask order. Face coverings are required in all public indoor spaces, and outdoors when you cannot remain 6 feet apart. Face masks are essential in keeping the community safe and mitigating the spread of COVID-19.