Stage 1 of COVID restrictions in Colorado is scheduled to end April 27th

 

Stage 1 of COVID restrictions in Colorado is scheduled to end April 27th. Stage 2 of precautions will begin with “safer-at-home” recommendations from the Governor’s office. In upcoming days retailers will be allowed to re-open with curbside pick-up and limited in-store customers who are social distancing.

 

Services like personal service providers and elective medical providers (wearing masks) will be allowed:

 

  • hair salons
  • dental offices
  • tattoo shops
  • child care
  • real estate showings (1-on-1 showings, not open houses)

 

Eatiers will be on a different timetable with opening dates mid-May

 

 

Link to full DENVER POST article:

Colorado to shift from stay-at-home to “safer at home” as some businesses can begin reopening next week

 

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