Mr. Inslee, a Democrat, and the state’s secretary of health, John Wiesman, also announced masks will be required “in all common spaces,” like elevators, hallways, university housing and hotels, effective July 25.
Currently, masks are required in public spaces when people cannot main social distance.
The new restrictions were announced after the state reported a steady rise in new infections. By the end of last month, the seven-day average of new infections in the state was 538, according to a New York Times database. By Wednesday, that number was 920.
Starting July 30, indoor dining at restaurants and bars will be allowed only for “members of the same household,” according to the statement from Mr. Inslee’s office. Others can dine outdoors or place to-go orders.
Restaurants must also close “gaming and social areas,” the statement said. And indoor service at bars will be prohibited.
Occupancy at indoor movie theaters, currently at 50 percent, will be reduced to 25 percent.
Starting Aug. 6, the size of wedding ceremonies will be limited to either 30 people, or 20 percent of the facility’s indoor occupancy, whichever is smaller. Wedding receptions, though, will be prohibited.
The number of people allowed at gyms, fitness studios, indoor pools and tennis facilities will also reduced, starting July 30.
The current moratorium on evictions, Mr. Inslee said, will be extended until Oct. 15. Details on that will be released shortly, he said.