Restaurants in Washington state are able to open for indoor dining under strict public health and safety guidance. Adequate distance between tables, mask use and proper sanitization remain important to ensure the safety of employees and guests during this period. Below, we have provided resources and tools for for restaurants, taverns and night clubs to help you keep up with the changes to 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.
Restaurant Reopening Guide
- Get the latest information on the Restaurant Revitalization Fund program that will open soon for grant applications.
- Some counties in Washington have been pushed back to Phase 2 in the Healthy Washington—Roadmap to Recovery plan.
- All Washington state restaurant employees and foodservice workers will be eligible to receive the coronavirus vaccine, effective March 31. Gov. Jay Inslee announced the change in prioritization on March 18.
- For your restaurant, we have put together this checklist to ensure you’re keeping your best practices top of mind and you’re ready to reopen safely and successfully.
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