Stay home, stay healthy

To help stop the spread of COVID-19, Governor Inslee has asked Washington residents to stay home as much as possible and do their part to keep everyone healthy. This is especially important as the state begins to gradually reopen and we work together to prevent outbreaks.

Avoiding group gatherings, staying six feet away from others, wearing a cloth face covering and engaging in good hygiene such as hand-washing and covering our coughs and sneezes are all ways we can each do our part to keep ourselves, our families, workers and our communities safe.

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Stay home. Stay Healthy. Spread the facts.

 

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You and Your Family

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You and Your Family

Nearly every Washingtonian will be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s ok to ask for help. This page includes resources to help your family stay healthy both physically and mentally, find…

Workers

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Workers

Information about unemployment, workers rights, how to advocate for yourself, and protecting yourself from exposure. Find agencies supporting loss of work, employment status changes, and employee…

Business

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Daily statistics are provided by the Department of Health (DOH) or view statewide statistics on a map.

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