Governor Jay Inslee extended the COVID-19 restrictions put in place on November 16. They have been extended until January 11 due to rising numbers of cases in Washington.
- No indoor gatherings are allowed other than members of immediate households, with some quarantining exceptions.
- No outdoor gatherings are allowed of more than five people from outside one household.
- Restaurants and bars: No indoor service is allowed; outdoor dining is limited to 5 people; take-out, curbside, and delivery is allowed.
- Retail: Stores – including grocery stores – are limited to 25% of indoor occupancy limits.
- Indoor fitness facilities and gyms are closed.
- Entertainment venues are closed for indoor services.
The King County COVID-19 daily dashboard indicates that since March 1, 2020, there have been 230 total positive cases in Snoqualmie, five hospitalizations, and one death, which occurred in the past 14 days.
COVID-19 testing is available at Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More info.: www.snoqualmiehosptial.org
City Hall is temporarily closed to the public to ensure resident and staff safety in reducing the spread of COVID-19. City services are still available online at www.snoqualmiewa.gov, by email at email@example.com, and by phone at 425-888-1555.
Health Information Resources
COVID-19 Hotline: 1-800-525-0127
Public Health – Seattle & King County
Washington State Department of Health
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
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City of Snoqualmie