Updated: Dec 11, 2020
Garfield County moved to RED on the Colorado COVID-19 dial. Red is the second strictest level on the dial and is also known as “Safer at Home.” See the full announcement here and data about Garfield County COVID-19 cases and response here. The expected changes moving from orange to red mean:
Indoor dining is closed but can offer to take out, to-go, or deliver. Outdoor open-air
Dining is allowed with members of the same household.
Bars that don’t serve food must be closed.
Offices limited to 10% capacity, with remote work strongly encouraged.
Gyms/indoor recreation limited to 10% capacity or up to 10 people with reservations.
Entertainment and indoor event venues must be closed.
Unseated outdoor events are limited to 25% capacity or 75 people (whichever is fewer).
Indoor in-person public gatherings (e.g., meetings, shows, exhibits) are not allowed.
Childcare providers may remain open with standard ratios.
Voces Unidas encourages you to stay home as much as possible. This illness is more fatal in the Latino community than any other community. Wearing a mask, washing your hands, and staying far from other people are the best ways to stop the spread. Have you been impacted by COVID-19? Find resources here.