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Only reason the ever gospel mission as a few more openings is because crews there are pushing the boundaries of covert 19 social distancing requirements, adding an additional 38 beds for the winter blast. If somebody stays outside And the temperature's do dropped to 18 degrees right with snow and all of that they might not wake up tomorrow, the Snohomish County Human Services Department says of shelters. Philip Overflow area is set up at the Sky Valley Cold weather shelter in Monroe. And any homeless provider covering the cost of a cab to get there will be reimbursed. City of Seattle has opened two additional cold weather shelters through Monday morning. Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center, Bitter Lake Community Center and Garfield Community Center will be open with a list of more cold weather shelters on our website. Look for the winter Weather Survival guide on our home page it. Cuomo news dot com. State's restaurants have taken a beating during the pandemic, but several are still hanging on in couples. Bryant Calvin reports some workers and are making a case to move to the front of the vaccine line. Now that most of Washington has moved to phase two in the reopening process, there are going to be more in house dining options at restaurants across the state. It also means there's more risk for restaurant workers in a mid January briefing, state epidemiologist Scott Lindquist said quote the number one outbreak category outside of long term care facilities is restaurants and bars. Yet for perspective, the state calls it a restaurant outbreak if just a single person test positive. CDC has put restaurant workers next in line nationally. But here in Washington, it likely won't happen until the late spring. Chad Mackey, CEO of Fire and Vine Hospitality, tells the Puget Sound Business Journal. It's a shame restaurants have been downgraded by our own state. States response. We just don't have enough doses to green light. All the restaurant workers.