Inslee rescinds three proclamations related to the COVID-19 pandemic

July 20, 2021

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Gov. Jay Inslee today terminated two proclamations and gave advance notice of the termination of one additional proclamation related to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Proclamation 20-45

This proclamation suspended/waived deadlines and service of process requirements relating to protection orders. With the passage of HB 1320, which goes into effect on July 25, this proclamation is no longer needed to provide relief to the judicial branch.

This order will be rescinded as of 11:59 pm, July 24, 2021.

Read the full proclamation here.

Proclamation 20-67

This proclamation prohibited agricultural employers from operating unless they implemented a Food Production Paid Leave program for their workers, and it was intended to cover only the August 2020 through November 2020 time period. This order is no longer necessary, and its termination is effective immediately.

Read the full proclamation here.

Proclamation 20-79

This proclamation waived/suspended the requirement of deductions from unemployment benefits for lump sum payments. With the passage of SB 5061, which went into effect February 8, 2021, this order is no longer necessary, and its termination is effective immediately.

Read the full proclamation here

 

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