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Level 1: Stay at Home

Everyone was required to stay at home except for grocery shopping, exercise and necessary activities. Only critical businesses were open.

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Level 2: Safer at Home and in the Vast, Great Outdoors

While we are all still safer at home, we are also able to practice greater social distancing in our great outdoors than in confined indoor spaces.

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Level 3: Protect Our Neighbors

Local public health agencies have the ability to contain surges in cases and outbreaks through testing, case investigation, contact tracing, isolation, quarantine, site-specific closures, and the enforcement of public health orders. 





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State releases guidance for outdoor structures for restaurants and events

This new guidance will help restaurants safely accommodate customers outdoors in the upcoming colder months using  temporary structures or pop-up structures.


14 ways you can help soothe your child’s anxieties about this school year

Parents will naturally want to protect their children from as much stress, anxiety, and fear as possible. However, children can become even more anxious when they are kept in the dark. Just like you, children need to know what is going on. 


New COVID-19 dial framework

Colorado’s new dial framework standardizes different levels of public health restrictions at the county level. It’s a tool for counties to use to make guidance more predictable and more sustainable.













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