Gov. Jay Inslee announced a series of changes to the Safe Start plan last week. All counties remain in their current phase, but some activities have been expanded.

Libraries — some indoor activity now permitted at 25 percent capacity in Phase 2.

Youth/Adult Sports — many school and non-school sports now permitted based on risk criteria.

Movie Theaters — operation permitted in Phases 2 and 3 with capacity, distancing and masking requirements.

Restaurants — household member restriction lifted, maximum table size expanded to six in Phase 2 and eight in Phase 3. Alcohol service extended to 11 p.m.

Wedding receptions and funerals — capacity extended to 50 people in Phase 3, alcohol service and receptions can now go until 11 p.m.

Retail Events — outdoor retail events such as holiday bazaars now permitted with up to 200 people in Phase 3 counties.

Real Estate — open houses now permitted and up to five people permitted at viewings, inspections, etc.

Outdoor Races — new guidelines established for organized outdoor events.

Water Recreation — permits operation of water recreation facilities on an appointment basis, including hotel and HOA pools, except for those with play features.

King County is currently in Phase 2. Go to coronavirus.wa.gov/information-for/business for more information.