Update, Monday, May 11, 5:14 p.m.: As of Friday, May 8, all the industry sectors listed in Phase 1 of Gov. Jay Inslee’s four-phase plan for reopening the state of Washington will now be able to resume in some form that state officials will adhere to as they try to navigate the reopening of businesses in Washington.

Inslee noted that each phase will run for a minimum of three weeks to give officials time to evaluate whether it’s safe to move to the next level. He conceded that it’s possible the four-phase timeline could be accelerated if “we catch some massive break because of climatic conditions or because a cure is found.” But, “We can’t count on that,” Inslee said.

Based on that rough timetable, here’s the best-case scenario of when you can expect various attractions and amenities to reopen in and around the Seattle metro area.

Phase 1 — expected to begin

What’s allowed: