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Washington State Extends Stay Home Proclamation to May 4, 2020

Washington State Governor Jay Inslee has issued a new Proclamation extending his previous Stay Home – Stay Healthy Proclamation that restricted certain social and recreational activities, closed non-essential businesses, and required social distancing at essential businesses.

All of the restrictions imposed in the original Proclamation are extended until 11:59 p.m. on May 4, 2020.

For details of the various restrictions, see our article, Washington: Stay Home Proclamation Due to COVID-19.

Jackson Lewis has a dedicated team tracking and responding to the developing issues facing employers in this difficult time. If you need guidance in handling the complicated issues pertaining to COVID-19 and related business closures, contact a Jackson Lewis attorney to discuss.

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