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The federal funds will go to fight COVID, aid renters and reopen shuttered schools and businesses.
Inslee signed a measure to spread out increases and boost weekly benefit checks for those who are unemployed.
Despite continued frustration from those seeking a shot, the state is making progress, he said.
A citizen panel approved a 1.75% increase for executives, legislators and justices 17 months from now.
On Monday, area restaurants and certain entertainment venues may resume indoor service, the governor said.
An updated reopening plan for stores, restaurants and gatherings will be released next week.
It’s been a month since the governor imposed the new rules. And the pandemic has only gotten worse.
Season 2 now begins Feb. 1 and seasons have been shortened to seven weeks each.
They want to try to scaling back on occupancy before forcing an end to inside service.
Amid soaring new coronavirus cases and an overburdened health care system, the state’s clamping down.
Among them, reportedly, will be a ban on indoor service at restaurants and retail limitations.
Asks residents to forego traditional holiday gatherings due to COVID-19
The recent Lost Wages Assistance program pumped an extra $625 million to Washington’s unemployed.
New rules come as coronavirus cases are on the rise statewide.
A video posted by kindergarten teacher Mackenzie Adams has been viewed more than 10 million times.
A jump in tax collections cuts a projected $9 billion shortfall in half, acccording to new forecast.
With funding tied to getting students to school, districts are uncertain how much money they’ll receive.
A federal program will give some of the state’s unemployed a $300 weekly bump for the past five weeks.
A team of computational scientists has developed web-based software that maps the virus’ protein spikes.
Gov. Jay Inslee and other Democrats are waiting to see what Congress does.