While COVID-19 has touched nearly every aspect of life, no single area has been more affected than our ability to gather with others, be it at commercially managed event venues, or within the confines of our community groups, places of worship or at home. The resources on this page provide guidance on how to gather safely with others, with links to information about what is currently allowed according to the Washington Ready plan.
June 30 State Reopening
On June 30, 2021, Washington state reopened. Most businesses and organizations 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. Learn more
For the most up-to-date, detailed guidance for gatherings and events, see the governor’s COVID-19 Reopening guidance for Businesses and Workers page.
Food establishment owners and operators should refer to Spokane Regional Health District COVID-19 Food Establishment Guidance for industry specific information.
School & Childcare Related Events
For information pertaining to school-related events or summer camps, please see the guidance for schools.