Here are the activities listed in the Healthy Washington—Roadmap to Recovery plan, with information about what is allowed in Phase 2. See the full plan here.

Please visit the Washington state governor’s website for detailed information about reopening guidance, including what is open and what is closed.

Social Gatherings

  • Social and at-home gathering size—indoor:
    Max of 5 people from outside your household, limit 2 households.
  • Social and at-home gathering size—outdoor:
    Max of 15 people from outside your household, limit 2 households.

Retail Stores

  • Retail stores including farmers’ markets, grocery and convenience stores and pharmacies:
    Maximum 25% of capacity, encourage curbside pick-up.

Professional and Personal Services

  • Professional services:
    Remote work strongly encouraged, 25% capacity otherwise.
  • Personal services:
    Indoor maximum 25% capacity.

Eating and Drinking Establishments

  • Eating and drinking establishments:*
    Indoor dining available at 25% capacity, end alcohol service/delivery at 11 p.m. Outdoor or open-air dining available, max 6 per table, limit 2 households per table.
    *Establishments only serving individuals 21+ and no food remain closed.

Worship Services, Weddings and Funerals

  • Worship services:
    Indoor maximum 25% capacity.
  • Weddings and funerals:
    Ceremonies and indoor receptions, wakes or similar gatherings in conjunction with such ceremonies are permitted and must follow the appropriate venue requirements. If food or drinks are served, eating and drinking requirements apply. Dancing is prohibited.

Sports, Indoor Recreation and Fitness Establishments

  • Indoor recreation and fitness establishments including gyms, fitness organizations, indoor recreational sports, indoor pools, indoor K-12 sports, indoor sports, indoor personal training, indoor dance, no-contact martial arts, gymnastics, climbing:
    Low and moderate risk sports competitions permitted (no tournaments). High risk sports permitted for practice and training. Fitness and training and indoor sports maximum 25% capacity.
  • Outdoor sports and fitness establishments including outdoor fitness organizations, outdoor recreational sports, outdoor pools, outdoor parks and hiking trails, outdoor campsites, outdoor K-12 sports, outdoor sports, outdoor personal training, outdoor dance and outdoor motorsports:
    Low, moderate, and high-risk sports competitions allowed (no tournaments), maximum 200 including spectators.

Entertainment

  • Indoor entertainment establishments including aquariums, indoor theaters, indoor arenas, indoor concert halls, indoor gardens, indoor museums, indoor bowling, indoor trampoline activities, indoor cardrooms, indoor entertainment activities of any kind, indoor event spaces:
    Maximum 25% capacity or 200 people, whichever is less. If food or drinks are served, eating and drinking requirements apply.
  • Outdoor entertainment establishments including zoos, outdoor gardens, outdoor aquariums, outdoor theaters, outdoor stadiums, outdoor event spaces, outdoor arenas, outdoor concert venues, rodeos:
    Groups of 15, limit 2 households per group, maximum 200 including spectators for events.

*NOTE: Live entertainment is no longer prohibited but must follow guidance above for the appropriate venue. Long-term care facilities, professional and collegiate sports remain governed by their current guidance/proclamations separate from this plan. Not every business activity is listed. See a complete list.