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Preparing to Reopen: A Purposeful Pause - Shared screen with speaker view
Jaime Forsyth
16:31
Good morning from Kitsap County SBDC!
Vickilynn Hebert
26:14
I would love a copy of the previous graphic about where are in at "learning phase"
Kevin Hoult
26:59
We will make al our materials availablein a post webinar email
Vickilynn Hebert
27:12
Thank you
Amy Robinson
34:45
So if I’m in phase 3 does that mean about 2 months from now?
Kevin Hoult
37:06
We don't really know. The Governor has said the phases will be determined by the progress in stopping the spread of covid 19. Each phase will be preceded by a measurable reduction in contaigion
CJ Seitz
49:39
AmyPhase I of reopening Washington begins on May 5, 2020. When COVID-19 disease burden is low anddecreasing and the four above capabilities are met, the Governor will issue an order for the state to moveinto future phases. The state will stay in every phase for a minimum of three weeks.
Terra Seaton
54:47
Thank you all!
Mariam Kamel
55:20
https://sbdc.wwu.edu/
Sharon Baker
55:21
Do you know how long it takes for a decision if our business has applied for essential business status?
Sherri Daymon
55:45
sbdc@wwu.edu
Sherri Daymon
55:57
360-778-1762
Jaime Forsyth
56:37
or kitsapsbdc@wwu.edu if you're on or near the Peninsula