King County has received the OK to move into Phase 2 of the state’s reopening plan.
The new phase will allow several more businesses to reopen, and will raise restaurant dining-in capacity to 50 percent. Here’s a full list of businesses allowed to reopen, from the Governor’s office (follow the links for details on each):
- Card Rooms
- Curbside Library Services
- Dine-in restaurants and taverns
- Drive-in Theaters
- Domestic Services
- Fitness (applies to appointment-only one-on-one personal training and small group fitness sessions—groups of five or less—at private specialized training facilities.)
- Higher Education
- In-store retail
- Manufacturing operations
- Outdoor Recreation (with five or fewer people from outside your household)
- Outdoor Recreation- Golf
- Personal Services (including Cosmetologists, Hairstylists, Barbers, Estheticians, Master Estheticians, Manicurists, Nail Salon Workers, Electrologists, Permanent Makeup Artists, Tattoo Artists, Cosmetology Schools and Esthetics Schools)
- Pet Grooming
- Professional Photography
- Professional Services
- Real Estate
- Religious and Faith Organizations
- Sporting Activities
In addition to King County’s approval for Phase 2, State Secretary of Health John Wiesman has also approved Island, Lewis, and Mason counties to enter Phase 3.
For more information about activities and businesses that can resume under the new phase of reopening, visit King County’s webpage.