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All Clear King County Pledge

As we approach reopening and recovery, it’s important to work together with others show locals and visitors that restaurants and businesses take safety seriously. Our partners at Visit Seattle have created the All Clear King County Pledge—a visible campaign to show customers a list of businesses that are making health and safety a top priority.


Here’s how it works. As a business you agree to follow an established set of protocols, best practices and measures recognized by the CDC, city, county, and state and national health organizations—most of which many businesses already do as part of compliance. Among the protocols are:

  • Staff and customers wear masks or face coverings while on the premises, unless medically unsafe to do so

  • Staff washes hands frequently

  • Hand sanitizer and/or accessibility to hand washing is available to customers when possible

  • Capacity is limited to support physical distancing

  • All surfaces and common areas are cleaned and sanitized

  • Staff wellness checks are mandatory and sick employees are required to stay home

Participating businesses receive a toolkit with sharable digital badges, social media verbiage, and printable signage to signify their promise and provide reassurance to customers. Your business is also placed on a growing list of businesses promoted by Visit Seattle as making healthy and safety a top priority. To sign up, click here.

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