Washington state officials will announce on Tuesday which counties will revert to the more restrictive Phase 2, and if those few already there will remain.
VANCOUVER, Wash. — With coronavirus cases rising in Washington, the state is once again enforcing some restrictions.
As part of the state’s Roadmap to Recovery plan, Cowlitz, Pierce and Whitman counties moved from Phase 3 back to Phase 2.
It will be another three weeks before there will be another assessment but the health director in Clark County doesn’t think that the county will revert to Phase 2.
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