On Wednesday, July 28, Gov. Jay Inslee urged Washingtonians: please consider wearing masks inside public places, whether fully vaccinated or not, particularly in regions of the state where vaccination rates are low. The guidance is in line with what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently proclaimed due to the continued rise in COVID cases and the prevalence of the more contagious delta variance across the country, along with vaccine hesitancy.
Inslee’s announcement about general mask wearing is not a legally binding requirement nor is it a new mandate, and it’s not all that different from the recommendation King County health officer Dr. Jeffrey Duchin issued
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