• Jacque Coe

King County Moves to Phase 2

King County has been approved to move to Phase 2—effective immediately. The move allows indoor dining at 50% capacity, as well as outdoor dining at 50% capacity.

Opening in Phase 2? We’ve Got You Covered!

Seattle Restaurant Alliance and the Washington Hospitality Association team are working hard to produce the resources you need. It’s all located in the special searchable online Coronavirus Resource Guide. Specifically:

· Restaurant Reopening Guide – Download and Go! Includes template procedures and checklists required by the state, as well as signage and template logs.

· On-demand webinars on everything imaginable on reopening, Liquor Control, relevant business challenges and supply chain management issues.

· The law firm of Fisher Phillips provides articles on employee temperature checks, contract tracing in the workplace, and more.

· Need supplies? From floor decals to plastics, hand sanitizers, gloves and masks. We have a list of vendor sources for the relaunch supplies you need.

Fresh articles are posted daily in this searchable online guide.

Need COVID Workplace Posters?

Public Health – Seattle King County has COVID workplace posters for restaurants and more, and translations are coming any day! Click here for the posters.

Webinar: Tuesday June 23 - Updates from the Small Business Administration

There are updates and changes in the PPP since our last SBA webinar and several deadlines are approaching. With new rules, this is a chance for members to get clarity from the agency writing the rules. In addition, we are getting more questions on EIDL; take this opportunity to learn more about this and other programs they offer.

Register here.

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