GUIDANCE FOR THE COMMUNITY
As of June 30, 2021, the state of Washington is fully reopen! All businesses are permitted to move to 100% capacity, regardless of the public’s vaccination status. Washington adopted the CDC’s masking guidelines that state people who are fully vaccinated are no longer required to wear facial coverings. However, it’s still a good idea to travel with a mask, as businesses can require them. Face coverings are still encouraged for those who are not vaccinated.
Any large indoor events (anything with more than 10,000 simultaneous participants in an enclosed space) are limited to 75% capacity unless everyone is fully vaccinated through at least July 31.
FINANCIAL INFORMATION FOR THOSE IMPACTED BY COVID-19
Events are moving rapidly. Federal, state and local governments are working to help.Learn More
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Information and updates on how to prevent community spreadLearn More
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BUSINESS RESPONSE TEAM
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COVID-19 IMPACT MAPCOVID Impact Map
In times like these, supporting local business is more important than ever. Local businesses support not just jobs but they contribute greatly to community organizations, schools, and local nonprofits.
**We are updating this page frequently so please keep checking back for the latest information.**
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Email the Renton economic development team for assistance.
Call our COVID-19 response hotline for more information or with questions.
This is Washington State’s official COVID-19 site, maintained by the state Joint Information Center.
Contact information to various departments at the Employment Security Department.
Resources for COVID-19-impacted businesses from the office of Gov. Jay Inslee.
Workplace information from the state Department of Health.
Helpful planning guide for all state businesses, courtesy of the Seattle & King County Public Health Department.
Resources for Washington state businesses and workers impacted by COVID-19.