Trestle Outlines Compliance with Washington State’s Amended Stay Safe, Stay Healthy Phased Reopening Plan
On Sunday, November 15th, Governor Jay Inslee amended Washington State’s Stay Safe, Stay Healthy phased reopening plan. New social gathering guidelines have been issued under the amended Proclamation, which go into effect at 12:01 am on Tuesday, November 17th and expire on Monday, December 14th at 11:59 pm.
While transitions into subsequent phases were previously postponed for all counties in July, the amended Proclamation further modifies the existing guidance. The new modifications limit indoor social gatherings with people from outside of the household to those who have first quarantined for fourteen (14) days prior, or quarantined for seven (7) days prior and received a negative COVID-19 test result no more than 48-hours prior to the gathering. Outdoor gatherings are limited to five (5) people from outside of the household. Additionally, indoor fitness facilities are to be closed, and professional meetings are limited to training which cannot take place remotely.
Trestle Clients with common area gathering spaces such as meeting rooms, fitness centers, and game rooms, are encouraged to close the spaces, in accordance with the requirements of the State of Washington. Clients should contact their Community Association Manager for assistance in complying with the new restrictions.
As Trestle continues to monitor this evolving situation, its team remains available to help Clients. Through its video and telephone conferencing abilities and well-trained team, Trestle continues to operate as normal and fully support its Clients during the pandemic.
Trestle will continue to monitor the phased reopening of Washington State and provide additional updates and guidance, as necessary.