The UW cherry trees are in bloom - but stay away

Thursday, March 19, 2020

2018 Photo by Wayne Pridemore


The UW News says that visitors should avoid coming to UW campus to see cherry blossoms amid COVID-19 outbreak.

2018 Photo by Wayne Pridemore


Thousands of people usually visit campus each spring to see the cherry blossoms. The University is asking people to avoid coming to campus this year to comply with orders by Public Health – Seattle and King County and Gov. Jay Inslee that prohibit gatherings of more than 50 people as our region combats the spread of COVID-19.

Additionally, parking on campus to view the blossoms is discouraged.

2018 Photo by Wayne Pridemore


There are several options to enjoy the blossoms virtually this year: UW Video’s live webcam - Facebook photo album - Follow @uwcherryblossom on Twitter.

--Michelle Ma



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