Starting April 16, county governments determine how they will respond to the pandemic.
COLORADO, USA — With the COVID-19 vaccines becoming widely available in Colorado, the state government will be allowing each county to decide how it will respond to the pandemic going forward.
9NEWS looked at counties in the Denver metro area to see what they have planned when the state’s dial expires Friday:
The City and County of Denver issued a 30-day public health order set to go into effect Friday that sets new capacity limits including the following:
- 75% capacity at offices
- 75% capacity for retail businesses
- 100% capacity for gyms, recreation centers and pools, with six-foot distancing between non-household members
- 100% capacity for restaurants, with 6-foot distancing between parties and a group size limit of 10
- 25% capacity for bars that do not serve food, not to exceed 75 people
- Alcohol beverage sales at bars/restaurants allowed until 2 a.m.
- Indoor unseated events at 50% capacity, not to exceed 175 people per room
- Indoor seated events at 100% capacity, with six-foot distancing between groups of up to 10 individuals (indoor events with over 500 people…