Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce
Upcoming Changes to Public Health Requirements
Updated: Mar 7, 2022
King County Vaccine Verification to end as of March 1
Starting March 1, the vaccine verification requirement will no longer be in effect in King County. Businesses and organizations may choose to implement their own vaccination verification rules for their establishments. More info here
If a business decides not to continue checking customers’ proof of vaccine, they should take down the vaxx verification poster on March 1 (not beforehand)
If a business decides to continue checking, they should replace the poster with one that is available on https://www.kcvaxverified.com/tools or create their own
The Seattle Metro Chamber is hosting a free webinar on the ramping down of the Vaccine Verification policy: #WeGotThisWA webinar, Feb. 22 at 2 p.m.
In-language infographic slides to help answer questions at kingcounty.gov/verify
Washington State Mask Mandate
Public Health Seattle & King County: “King County will continue to evaluate the appropriate time to lift the local indoor mask order by considering number and severity of COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations, deaths, as well as the ability for hospitals and the healthcare system to manage patient loads. If cases and hospitalizations continue to fall and our hospitals recover and stabilize, as we all hope they will, it is reasonable that we will be at a place to lift the local indoor mask mandate, but we are not there yet. We will keep watching the numbers closely and will reassess in the coming weeks. Until then, we need to continue to use multiple layers of protection, including wearing high-quality, well-fitting masks while COVID-19 continues to spread at high levels.”
WA Dept. of Health : "State indoor mask requirements are changing on March 21, however, local jurisdictions can enact their own requirements."
Vaccinations & Boosters
Vaccine clinics at MAPS (Redmond) every Friday from 1pm-5pm and Saturday from 10am – 4pm