Inslee requiring vaccination
for most state employees,
health and long-term care workers
Gov. Jay Inslee issued an emergency proclamation mandating that most state executive branch employees and on-site contractors and volunteers, along with public and private health care and long-term care workers, must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by October 18.
Inslee announced the proclamation at a press conference in Seattle Monday afternoon. The announcement comes as Washington is experiencing a severe increase in COVID cases and hospitalizations in every county, due to the Delta variant, with the overwhelming majority of cases and hospitalizations being among unvaccinated Washingtonians. Individuals included in the proclamation's mandate must receive the final dose of their vaccination no later than October 4, so as to be fully vaccinated two weeks later on October 18 to comply with the proclamation.
Exemptions from the vaccine requirement are allowed for those individuals who are entitled to a disability-related reasonable accommodation or a sincerely held religious belief accommodation.
Clear Creek RV has expanded to our area, they are located at 165 Hamilton Rd.
The Winlock School Board meeting this week is a very important meeting for all residents of Fire District 15.
New owners Chuck and Coby Moreno of C&C Classic Diner (formerly Slater's Diner) had their ribbon cutting ceremony on July 27th. You may have noticed the new paint on the building or the new sign as you passed by.
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