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Governor, health officials warn against large gatherings this Memorial Day weekend

SeattlePI.com Thursday, 21 May 2020 ()
WASHINGTON - Memorial Day holiday weekend has the governor and health officials worried about gatherings spreading the corona virus. There are many things you can do and cannot do. You can still get outside and enjoy the holiday weekend with hiking, fishing, golfing and such. Many state parks are open for day use, but they are still closed to overnight camping.
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News video: Police express concerns over large gatherings ahead of Memorial Day weekend

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With restrictions being pulled back, local law enforcement are warning the public to continue to follow social distancing rules ahead of Memorial Day weekend.

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