Gov. Inslee announces two-week pause to state’s reopening plan

Gov. Jay Inslee said every county will remain in its current reopening phase for the next two weeks.

OLYMPIA, Wash. — Gov. Jay Inslee announced a two-week pause to the state’s “Healthy Washington” reopening plan Tuesday morning. The pause means all counties will remain in their current phase of reopening.

The state will evaluate COVID-19 data at the end of the two-week pause.

Inslee said he made the decision after consulting with the state Department of Health (DOH) because “we are in a constantly evolving situation, unlike any other during the pandemic.”

While Washington is in a fourth COVID-19 wave, the most

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