In phase two, high-risk populations will continue to stay home. All outdoor recreation involving fewer than five people outside your household can take place, including camping and visiting beaches.
Gatherings of no more than five people outside of your household per week are allowed, and limited non-essential travel is allowed within the proximity of your home.
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Remaining manufacturing, new construction, in-home and domestic services, retail, real estate, professional services, and hair and nail salons will be able to open.
Restaurants will be able to open as long as they have a capacity table size no larger than five people. Restaurants will only be allowed to operate at 50% capacity.
COVID-19 brought unprecedented challenges to our state. So far, Washingtonians have stepped up.
There are more challenges ahead. But tomorrow, we enter Phase 1 of Safe Start, our phased approach to re-opening Washington’s economy: https://t.co/HTjufoscL5 #WeGotThisWA 1/4 pic.twitter.com/Gy8XOHIA8E
— Governor Jay Inslee (@GovInslee) May 4, 2020
The state will continue to wait a minimum of three weeks before moving between each phase.