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Washington state recommends vaccinated people wear masks indoors

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Public Health - COVID-19 Recovery News and Updates July 29, 2021

Washington state recommends vaccinated people wear masks indoors


In a joint statement on Monday, Public Health Seattle & King County and other Puget Sound county local health officers recommend wearing masks in indoor public spaces.

Visit Public Health Insider to read more about masking in King County.

Seattle is facing an indoor air quality crisis

WFHow will Seattle breathe in the future? Between the wildfire smoke of 2020, the heat wave of 2021 and the very real possibility that both events could happen simultaneously in the future, it’s clear we’re facing an indoor air crisis — one for which we’re not prepared.

Click here to learn more about what to do to improve Indoor Air Quality.

IAQIf you need a no-cost consultation on how to improve ventilation and indoor air quality in your facility, sign up here.

Helpful resources to keep you informed

DoggieSafe reopening page.

Masking guidance page.

Minimize risk of COVID-19.

We're here to help answer any questions you might have. We look forward to hearing from you.

For more information, contact IAQInfo@kingcounty.gov or visit kingcounty.gov/covid/air and kingcounty.gov/SSTAR

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