Governor Inslee has set in motion Washington State's plan for Phase 2 of reopening. Counties will be will be allowed to advance on a case by case basis. Counties need to be below the 25 new cases per 100,000 residents over a 14-day time period threshold. As part of the new plan, the governor said as of June 8 workers will be required to wear face masks unless they work alone or don't have in-person contact with others. The Phase 2 business requirements also include things like hand sanitizer requirements, disinfecting high-touch surfaces, employee screening, and educating employees with each business's plan to limit the spread of coronavirus.
We go more in depth into what Phase 2 would entail for professional and personal services on our WA State Guidelines page.