Entertainment businesses in Washington state such as cardrooms, bowling alleys, museums and fitness centers can safely operate while paying attention to current capacity restrictions. Having a plan in place to ensure proper sanitization of high traffic areas remains especially important and employees should continue to maintain social distancing and wear masks. Below, we have provided resources and tools to help businesses in the entertainment industry stay up to date with guidance at the state and federal levels. If you need more specific guidance, or if you have additional questions, please call your Territory Manager or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Entertainment Reopening Guide
- On April 16, three counties move back into Phase 2 of the governor’s Healthy Washington—Roadmap to Recovery Plan.
In Phase 2, movie theaters can operate at 25% capacity, or 200 people, whichever is fewer, if everyone can maintain six feet of physical distancing.
- Under the governor’s Healthy Washington—Roadmap to Recovery plan, some counties in Washington have moved back to Phase 2. If you are a bowling alley in one of those counties, here’s what you need to know.
Some counties in Washington are moving back to Phase 2 under the governor’s Healthy Washington—Roadmap to Recovery plan. If you are operating a golf course in one of those counties, here are the guidelines you need to know.
- Some counties in Washington must move back to Phase 2 in the governor’s Healthy Washington–Roadmap to Recovery plan. Here’s what card room operators need to know for both phases.
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