North Central Region moves to Phase 2

NCW – Gov. Jay Inslee announced on Thursday, February 11 that the North Central  Region will move to phase two in the Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery plan beginning Sunday, February 14. 
The North Central Region includes Okanogan, Chelan, Douglas and Grant counties and it is one of six regions progressing to phase two. The move to phase two includes: 
• Indoor Entertainment – 25% capacity or 200 people, whichever is less
• Indoor Recreation & Fitness Establishments – 25% capacity 
• Eating and Drinking Establishments – Indoor dining at 25% capacity, limited alcohol  service and delivery hours, 6 guests per table and limit 2 households per table 
The full reopening guidance is available at: https://www.coronavirus.wa.gov/what-you-need- know/safe-start/whats-open. 
“I want to thank the community for all the hard work in keeping each other safe. This is the first  step in moving towards reopening and we ask our community members to continue being vigilante and support local businesses by wearing masks, washing their hands and maintaining social distancing,” said Luke Davies, Administrator for the Chelan-Douglas Health District. 
To stay informed on current COVID-19 testing and the COVID-19 vaccine, visit www.cdhd.wa.gov and follow CDHD on Facebook and Twitter.
 
Lake Chelan Health
Vaccination site
If you wish to receive your vaccine here in the valley, go to lakechelanhealth.com and click on their COVID-19 vaccine information page. 
You will find information on community vaccinations, answers to frequently asked question and helpful resources. Please check back often for vaccine updates.
Town Toyota Center
Vaccination site
Every Sunday, residents can schedule new appointments at https//:prepmod.doh.wa.gov or www.cdhd.wa.gov or call 1-800-525-2701 for assistance. Before people start making appointments, they can view the clinic and see if there are appointments available for a specific clinic as well as information.
 

 

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