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Gov. Jay Inslee has announced that the existing statewide mask mandate will be expanded to once again include vaccinated individuals in indoor settings. The mask mandate will apply to most all public places across the state, including restaurants, grocery stores, malls and public-facing offices, regardless of vaccination status. COVID-19 transmission is increasing largely due to a corresponding increase in activities, and the spread of the more contagious Delta variant.
Get tested if you have COVID-19 symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who tests positive.
Have a concern about a business not meeting mandate expectations? Report a COVID-19 violation to the Washington State Coronavirus Response Team. Businesses are required to adopt appropriate health and safety measures for staff and customers, and restrictions can be different depending on the circumstances.
Due to the increase in cases from new variants, City Hall in-person services have been temporarily suspended.
The following services will be offered in-person again starting Mar. 1, 2022 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at City Hall, 130 E. Sunset Way:
Please continue to wear a mask, even if vaccinated, and keep our community protected from COVID-19.
Updates from other services:
- Issaquah Community Center
- Programs, classes and sports will continue to follow best health practice guidance from Public Health — Seattle & King County.
- Questions and comments can be emailed to Parks staff.
- Passport services are no longer offered by the City. Please visit the State Department website for information on passports.
Public Health - Seattle & King County issues daily COVID-19 outbreak summaries on its website. This data is presented under several different tabs, including an overview, as well as by City, demographics, geography and geography over time.
If you are ill with fever and a cough or shortness of breath, stay home. If you are unsure of how to care for yourself or are concerned about your condition, call your health care provider for advice. If you feel you need to visit your doctor, call them first. Keep yourself separated from other people and animals in your home. Cover your coughs and sneezes and wash your hands often.
Find a local testing location online.