This is an update to the preceding announcements:
On July 24th, Governor Inslee postponed the regulations under which MSG could re-open until Phase 4.
After reviewing the current uptick in cases in King County, MSG has postponed its decision to re-open until August 2nd. In the meantime, we will we see the impact of the Fourth of July weekend on county statistics and policies.
The club has just a few more details to iron out. It is possible that we will re-open before the 16th.
MSG continues to prepare to re-open under a limited arrangement allowed under Phase 2. Logistically it is almost ready to open now but the decision has been made to assess how King County will respond to the recent uptick in cases after the Fourth of July weekend.
King County is now in Phase 2. The club is currently evaluating its options for re-opening under this Phase.
Pursuant to Governor Inslee's new phased re-opening plan, Metro Seattle Gamers remains closed until at least June 22, 2020, when Phase 3 is expected to commence.
This is an update to the descriptions below:
Pursuant to Governor Inslee's extension of the stay at home order announced on April 2nd, Metro Seattle Gamers will be closed through at least May 4, 2020.
Pursuant to Governor Inslee's stay at home order announced on March 23rd, Metro Seattle Gamers will be closed until at least April 8, 2020.Preceding announcement:
Metro Seattle Gamers has just learned that new public health orders will be issued by the county and state, effective tomorrow, March 16th. These orders will further tighten the social distancing requirements, specifically:
- Restaurants, bars, dance halls, clubs, theaters, health and fitness clubs, and other similar indoor social or recreational venues must cease operations until March 31, 2020.
Even though, to the best of our knowledge, no members of the club have been infected or are suspected of harboring an infection, Metro Seattle Gamers is now closed pursuant to this anticipated order.