Snoqualmie, WA – Gov. Jay Inslee announced Thursday that the Puget Sound region, which includes King County, will move into Phase 2 of the Healthy Washington Roadmap to Recovery. Phase 2 guidelines take effect on Monday, February 1.
Phase 2 loosens restrictions on some indoor social gatherings such as ceremonies, receptions, dining, recreation, and entertainment. Refer to the Phase 1 and 2 chart for more detailed information at www.bit.ly/SnoqCovid.
Under Phase 2, indoor dining can resume at 25% capacity. Outdoor dining continues to be allowed with six per table, maximum two households per table.
Snoqualmie businesses – especially restaurants – have been struggling through the shutdowns, causing an economic crisis for owners and employees. Many restaurants have started delivery and curbside service. The City of Snoqualmie website has a directory of Snoqualmie restaurants, retail stores, and attractions so you can eat, shop, and have fun locally.
It’s more important than ever to wear masks or face coverings, use social distancing practices, and frequently wash hands to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Safe practices will also help us stay in Phase 2.
Vaccination Phase Finder
Public Health – Seattle & King County
Washington State Department of Health
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Gail Folkins, City of Snoqualmie
425-888-1555 / 425-275-7950