Restaurants can begin to offer in-house dining in Washington’s three largest counties, as the state Health Department approved applications from King, Pierce and Snohomish counties on Friday, June 5, to move to new phases of reopening the economy. Above, empty seating at Purple Cafe and Wine Bar in downtown Seattle on April 14. (Amanda Snyder / The Seattle Times)
Restaurants can begin to offer in-house dining in Washington's three largest counties, as the state Health Department approved applications from King, Pierce and Snohomish counties on Friday, June 5, to move to new phases of reopening the economy. Above, empty seating at Purple Cafe and Wine Bar in downtown Seattle on April 14. (Amanda Snyder / The Seattle Times)
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Limited restaurant dining can resume in King, Pierce, Snohomish counties as state OKs coronavirus reopenings

Restaurants can begin to offer in-house dining in Washington's three largest counties, as the state Health Department approved applications from King, Pierce and Snohomish counties on Friday to move to new phases of reopening the economy. Updated

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