A bipartisan bill in the Washington Legislature seeking to reopen much of the state is driving a wedge between business owners and frontline health care workers exhausted by pandemic.

Effective January 11, Inslee moved the state to a phased reopening plan requiring counties to meet four health metrics to progress between phases.

Those metrics include two-week declines in new COVID-19 cases and hospital admission rates per 100,000 people in addition to week-long positivity rates of less than 10% and ICU bed capacity of less than 90%.

All Washington counties are currently in
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