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Via Washington State Department of Natural Resources:

Beginning Friday, July 23, DNR is closing all recreational and public access to DNR-managed lands in eastern Washington due to the extreme fire danger and ongoing drought east of the Cascades.

This closure will apply to DNR-managed state lands, conservation areas, community forests and any associated roads, trails, campgrounds, recreational sites or recreational facilities.

DNR staff will continually monitor conditions, and a reopening date for recreation access will be determined once these factors improve. DNR has been working closing with all the affected partner agencies who agree that the fire risk is too great not to move forward with the closure.

To get updates on recreation openings and closures, visit dnr.wa.gov/open.**UPDATE: Please note that DNR land does not encompass the lands of other state agencies, state parks, national parks or national forests or privately-owned lands. For the status of those lands, please check with the appropriate agency.**

Beginning Friday, July 23, DNR is closing all recreational and public access to DNR-managed lands in eastern Washington due to the extreme fire danger and ongoing drought east of the Cascades.

This closure will apply to DNR-managed state lands, conservation areas, community forests and any associated roads, trails, campgrounds, recreational sites or recreational facilities.

DNR staff will continually monitor conditions, and a reopening date for recreation access will be determined once these factors improve.

To get updates on recreation openings and closures, visit dnr.wa.gov/open.
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Via Washington State Department of Natural Resources:  Beginning Friday, July 23, DNR is closing all recreational and public access to DNR-managed lands in eastern Washington due to the extreme fire danger and ongoing drought east of the Cascades.  This closure will apply to DNR-managed state lands, conservation areas, community forests and any associated roads, trails, campgrounds, recreational sites or recreational facilities.  DNR staff will continually monitor conditions, and a reopening date for recreation access will be determined once these factors improve. DNR has been working closing with all the affected partner agencies who agree that the fire risk is too great not to move forward with the closure.  To get updates on recreation openings and closures, visit dnr.wa.gov/open.

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Washington State Association of Counties - WSAC

Washington Reaches 70% Vaccination Initiation Milestone:

The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) is thrilled to share that the state reached its 70% vaccination goal. As of July 12, 70% of people 16 and older have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. This percentage includes vaccination rates from the Washington State Immunization Information System and aggregate data from the Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs. Information can be found on the DOH data dashboard, which is updated three times per week. Although our state has reached this milestone, our work is not over. DOH will continue to focus on increasing immunization rates, especially among communities and groups that have lower vaccination rates.

Read more here:
www.doh.wa.gov/Newsroom/Articles/ID/2864/Washington-reaches-70-vaccination-initiation-milestone
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Washington Reaches 70% Vaccination Initiation Milestone:  The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) is thrilled to share that the state reached its 70% vaccination goal. As of July 12, 70% of people 16 and older have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. This percentage includes vaccination rates from the Washington State Immunization Information System and aggregate data from the Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs. Information can be found on the DOH data dashboard, which is updated three times per week. Although our state has reached this milestone, our work is not over. DOH will continue to focus on increasing immunization rates, especially among communities and groups that have lower vaccination rates.  Read more here:
https://www.doh.wa.gov/Newsroom/Articles/ID/2864/Washington-reaches-70-vaccination-initiation-milestone
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