On April 12, counties will be evaluated on whether COVID-19 case and hospitalization rates are low enough to remain in Phase 3 of reopening.
SEATTLE — More than a dozen counties in Washington could move back a phase in the state’s reopening plan if COVID-19 metrics don’t improve by evaluation Monday.
As of Wednesday, 18 counties, including five in western Washington, did not meet at least one metric to remain in Phase 3 of the “Healthy Washington” plan.
Under Gov. Jay Inslee’s revised reopening plan, which was announced March 11, counties would be evaluated every three weeks on two metrics – case rate over
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