Resources for Washington Residents:
bank transactions recommended using online or mobile banking, phone
banking, drive-thru or ATMs
State’s Employment Security Department providing services for unemployment
on paying your credit card, mortgage or rent
assistance from local organizers (i.e. needing toiletries, daily
supplies to people who need them
Department of Labor resources:
Safety (helps employers and workers prepare for and respond to
Hours and Leave (FAQ section on common issues affecting employers and
Insurance Flexibilities (examples of when federal law allows states to pay
Plan for COVID (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention):
household members plan for possibility of outbreak in their community
emergency contact list
organizations in your community
health habits, preventive actions
guidelines for what to do in public spaces to prevent exposure
ideas: take a virtual museum tour, be in nature, secluded run, get
takeout, meditate, board games
theme is DO NOT PANIC
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Current State and Local Orders:
Everyone, even people who are young and healthy, must stay home to slow the spread of COVID-19. You should:
- Stay at home and avoid all non-essential contact with others.
- Limit trips for groceries, gas and other essentials.
- If you must go out, stay at least 6 feet away from others at all times.