Larimer County's Safer at Home Level 1 Status is at risk, in response the Larimer County Health Department has implemented an Emergency Public Health Order, which went into effect at 11:00 p.m. Friday, October 23, 2020, the Order requires the following changes for Larimer County residents and businesses:
- Personal indoor and outdoor gatherings are limited to no more than 10 people from no more than two separate households.
- Restaurants and bars shall cease alcohol beverage sales to consumers for on-premises consumption and for takeout at 11:00 p.m.
- All Non-Critical Office-Based Businesses are encouraged to further increase remote work options and reduce in-person work to the greatest extent possible.
- Recreational sports will be limited to players who reside in Larimer County and neighboring counties (Weld, Boulder).
- Organized recreational and league sports are limited to 2 spectators per player with no more than 50% of capacity, up to 100 spectators in indoor facilities, and 175 in outdoor facilities. All teams and facilities participating in recreational and league sports must submit complete rosters, schedules, location of games/practices and contact information (to include names, phone numbers and email addresses) of all team members or parents of youth who participate prior to the teams playing in any league events, including practice. Failure of parents, facilities, coaches, and/or team organizers to cooperate with contact tracing may result in the league or season being suspended or CANCELED.
To provide updates on this situation and answer your questions the Larimer County Health Department hosts weekly question and answer sessions. All businesses are invited to join us for the next 1-hour session, Thursday, November 5 at 2:00 p.m. via Zoom
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