Governor Jay Inslee of Washington State is working closely with the state’s construction industry to let projects resume in June. At a May 1st press conference, Inslee declared that the state will let novel construction projects commence in phase two of a four-phased approach in an attempt to ease the March 23 lockdown.
On April 24th, Inslee allowed construction deemed “low risk” to resume prior to the end of Washington’s stay-at-home order under a 31-point COVID-19 prevention plan created by the governor.
Phase two of the plan now authorizes new construction with all appropriate health restrictions, together with other business resumption, like restaurants at half-capacity, barbershops, salons, and car dealerships. This phase also lets small gatherings of five or less, which is anticipated to grow to 50 during the third phase.
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