Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery

The state has reopened!

On June 30, Gov. Jay Inslee lifted most COVID-19 restrictions. If you are not vaccinated, you still need to wear a mask in many public settings. Businesses and local governments may require masks. Some restrictions remain for large indoor gatherings. 



What restrictions will still apply?

  • Secretary of Health Masking Order still in effect.
  • Everyone is still required to wear masks in healthcare settings, childcare facilities, camps, K-12 schools, correctional facilities, homeless shelters and public transportation.
  • No capacity limitations (except large indoor events of more than 10,000), negative testing or vaccine verification requirements.
  • Travelers should continue to follow CDC recommendations.

If you are not yet fully vaccinated

  • Get vaccinated! 
  • Wear a mask in public indoor settings 

For Vaccine Opportunities Visit:

General Business Reopening Requirements

All employers must follow COVID-19 prevention protocols for employees as required by the Department of Labor and Industries