Seattle - Gov. Inslee orders sweeping restrictions on indoor gatherings, restaurants, bars, gyms as COVID-19 cases surge in Washington state
There now more than 11 million confirmed cases of the Corona virus in the U. S and more than 246,000 deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Rising numbers have governors around the country, ordering new restrictions and lockdowns, including in Washington state, will stone reports Corona virus infections are at an all time high in Washington, and cases had more than doubled in the past two weeks. That's led Governor Jay Inslee to put in place of four weeks. Statewide shutdown of much of the economy. We're facing a third wave that is training to be more dangerous than any we have seen before. In action here is not an option. Restaurants, gyms and other businesses will be closed except for outdoor service. The order also prohibits people from Indore social gatherings with anyone who's not a member of their household. Washington's lockdown is one of the most far reaching similar to those imposed by Oregon and New Mexico.