COVID-19 Safe Reopening Guidelines For Washington
Starting June 30, the State of Washington is removing most COVID-19 restrictions for any businesses and organization that choose to operate with no capacity limits or physical distancing requirements.
Please note that organizations and business may choose to maintain capacity limits and physical distancing to protect those in our community who are not fully protected by vaccines, including children under 12, the elderly, and those with compromised immunity. Mask guidance will continue to follow the state health order.
WHAT Does This Mean For You?
Do you need to continue wearing a mask and keep physically distant?
Department of Health FAQs on reopening.
COVID-19 is still present in our communities. If you have not received a COVID-19 vaccine, It's free, safe, and effective. Visit kingcounty.gov/vaccine for a community vaccination site near you.
WA State COVID Advisories
The full Healthy Washington phased chart is available here.
National Peace Corps Association Resources for Evacuees
NPCA Global Reentry Program
Connect with RPCVs, steps to begin your transition, health & wellbeing, jobs & careers, webinars, scholarships, continued service opportunities.
Covid–19 Resources Washington State
Health and Wellness
Therapist/Counseling Resources available to RPCVs
Low cost or no cost. Evacuees are encouraged to contact their SEAPAX mentor (or a board member) for the contact information (for yourself or fellow RPCV) for confidential counseling via Teledoc.
(With or without a 127A form.)
Online Resources Compiled by Health Resource Partners
Education, college students, mental health, meditation and yoga, fitness and dance, fun for kids, virtual tours and live theatre, and more
Career + Life Coaching for RPCVs – 1:1 or small group
Online resources for how to have a fulfilling life after Peace Corps, 1:1 and small group virtual coaching (limited space) (Life coach is a former PCV and offers online resources, virtual coaching for individuals, and virtual small group coaching.