Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery

June 30 State Reopening

Effective June 30, 2021, most businesses and organizations in Washington state will be able to operate as they did prior to the pandemic and will not be required to maintain capacity limits, provided they follow workplace safety requirements from the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I). Keep in mind that any business or organization may choose to maintain COVID-19 precautions, including requiring patrons to wear a mask. In some circumstances, mask are still required. Please respect the rules of any business or organization that you enter. 

COVID-19 is still spreading in our communities, even as the state reopens. The best protection from the virus is to get vaccinated. Find a vaccine location near you

Indoor and Outdoor Guidance Effective June 30

On June 30, all industry sectors previously covered by guidance in the Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery or the Safe Start Reopening Plan are allowed to return to usual capacity and operations, with limited exceptions for large indoor events (any event with more than 10,000 simultaneous participants in an indoor, enclosed space.)

Reopening Guidance Overview:

  • Vaccine verification/negative testing: Recommended but not required for large indoor and outdoor events
  • Capacity limitations:  No restrictions in restaurants, bars, stores, businesses, theaters etc. (except large indoor events)
  • Physical distancing: No requirements
  • Facial coverings: Not required for vaccinated individuals, unless required by individual business
  • Travelers: Follow CDC recommendations

For More Information

Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery

For information on the:

  •  County approach
  •  Metrics  
  • What's open

Visit the Washington State COVID-19 Response website.

County Status And What's Open