Washington State Reactivates Specific COVID-Related Cannabis Business Allowances

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<![CDATA[Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee has reactivated specific cannabis-related allowances due to the recent rise in COVID-19 cases across the state.The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB) stated in a press release that the governor has reinstated these allowances for health and safety reasons. According to the press release, allowances reactivated for cannabis retailers include curbside services, retail walk-up windows and the distribution of hand sanitizers and masks in-store. The LCB is also temporarily relaxing its current restrictions on minors and is allowing children under 16 years old to be on licensed premises under three specific conditions: The person under 16 years of age is a child or grandchild of the licensee,The person under 16 years of age is not engaging in any work or act of employment for the licensed business,The person under 16 years of age does not possess any products associated with the production, processing, or sales of marijuana.All allowances are effective immediately until Oct. 31, and LCB plans to revisit all regulations at the end of October to determine if they need to be extended.]]>

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