Inslee issues additional guidance for outdoor recreation in Phase 1 and Phase 2

Gov. Jay Inslee  issued guidance on May 14 clarifying Phase 1 outdoor recreation requirements, and set forth outdoor recreation guidance for Phase 2. Through the Washington "Safe Start" plan, more businesses and activities will re-open in phases, with adequate safety and health standards in place. Each phase will be at least three weeks.

Additionally, counties with a population of less than 75,000 that have not had a new case of COVID-19 in the past three weeks can apply for a variance to move to Phase 2 of “Safe Start” before other parts of the state. County variance applications will be approved or denied by the secretary of the Department of Health. Eight counties have received the variance.

Today's guidelines build on the original outdoor recreation requirements released on April 27.

For counties granted variance to move to Phase 2, additional recreational activities may resume effective May 14.

Guidance documents:

Memo: Outdoor Recreation, Phase 1 Clarifications and Phase 2 Requirements

Phase 1 and Phase 2 Outdoor Recreation Guidance

Full list of guidance for all current businesses.

 

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