=Washington State Covid-19 Recovery plan and what it means for us=
There have been a number of inquiries regarding resuming in-person latihans on a limited basis. The committee has been working on this. We will soon pass on a document to the helpers for review.
At this point, we would be out of compliance with Washington State guidelines if we resumed in-person latihans on any basis. These guidelines are based on statistical evidence and designed to protect the citizens of Washington.
King County is planning to apply to the state to move to a modified phase one recovery plan. King County has not yet met all the criteria to move to phase two.
When King County does apply (likely today [Tuesday]) or very soon thereafter, it will take several days for the state to respond.
The modified phase one does NOT allow for small gatherings indoors. It only allows 5 or fewer people outside of one’s household outdoors.
Should you wish to see the information, here are a few pertinent links. As you can see, we are close, but not yet in compliance with these scientifically based guidelines:
Many members of Subud Greater Seattle are at high risk for severe illness or possible death which could result from ignoring these guidelines. I am unwilling to accept the responsibility or liability for such actions.
With love and concern,
Jim O’Halloran, chair, Subud Greater Seattle