New applications for food assistance in Washington state have dropped below their level in early March at the outset of the coronavirus pandemic. Typical restaurant revenues remain far below their pre-virus levels, and many operators are questioning what life will look like when they re-open.



Business starts in Washington state are down sharply from last year | Coronavirus Economy daily chart (May 21)

Weekly home sales rebounding to last year’s level | Coronavirus Economy daily chart (May 20)

Seattle-area job listings sag while U.S. openings edge upward | Coronavirus Economy daily chart (May 19)

In Washington, Oregon and U.S., small businesses are hit hard | Coronavirus Economy daily chart (May 14)

Seattle-area listings of houses for sale drop sharply from last year | Coronavirus Economy daily chart (May 13)


Seattle-area job listings have plunged 40% from recent peak due to pandemic | Coronavirus Economy daily chart (May 11)

Coronavirus Economy daily charts: Unemployment claims, housing, food and job openings for the week ending May 8, 2020

It could take years for Washington state’s economy to rebound from coronavirus crash

Coronavirus unemployment: Bartenders, dental assistants top list of Washington’s hardest-hit jobs

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