Inslee extends staty-at-home order through May 31
Phase 1 begins May 5
Last updated 5/2/2020 at 8:22am
Gov. Jay Inslee announced on Friday that the statewide stay-at-home order set to expire Monday, May 4, has been extended through May 31.
His four-phased approach to reopening businesses, with social distancing guidelines, begins May 5.
The first phase includes: Some outdoor recreations, such as hunting, fishing, golf, boating and hiking.
Drive-in spiritual services, with one household per vehicle.
Only essential travel is allowed.
For business and employees: essential businesses remain open; existing construction allowed that meets agreed on criteria; landscaping; automobile sales; automobile sales; retail (curb-side pick-up orders only); car washes; and pet walkers.