An outdoor dining set-up during the COVID-19 pandemic in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. (MyNorthwest photo)
Gov. Inslee said Thursday that Washington is on track for a full reopening by June 30. That date could come even sooner, the governor says, if 70% or more of Washington residents age 16 or older have at least initiated their vaccination before then.
Business owners across the state reacted to the reopening announcement Thursday, with most calling it good news as the state now has a set plan in place.
Kris Johnson, president of the Association of Washington
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