COVID-19 Update: King County moves to Phase 2

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Your Update on What's Happening at the King County Council  

Dear Friends and Neighbors:

Starting today, King County has moved to Phase 2 of the Governor’s 4-phased reopening plan. This means that restrictions have relaxed on many King County businesses including restaurants, salons and retail:

➡️ Restaurants and bars can open at 50% capacity

➡️ Hair salons can open at 50% capacity

➡️ Retail stores can reopen at 30% capacity

➡️ Gyms can reopen provided they meet certain safety requirements

For more information on what moving to Phase 2 means for various activities, see the chart at King County’s Safe Start webpage.

Make sure to check your mailboxes for my newsletter that outlines much of the King County Council’s response to COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic. (If you didn’t get a copy in the mail, you can download a PDF here). In these times of shifting guidelines and frustrating unknowns, I’ll continue to communicate with you frequently and clearly about your government’s COVID-19 response. If you can take a moment to share how COVID-19 has impacted you, please fill out the brief survey here. I would love to know your thoughts.

I hope you enjoy your Father's Day weekend!


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Reagan Dunn
Vice Chair
Metropolitan King County Council