The State’s Safer at Home Executive Order
The State’s Safer at Home Executive Order has been amended and extended until July 1, 2020. According to that order, additional businesses can open and activities can resume with abundant precautions.
For extensive information on Safer-at-Home, including sector-specific guidance, please visit covid19.colorado.gov/safer-at-home. New guidance for short-term rentals went into effect yesterday, as well as updated guidance for personal services and child care.
All services included in the public health order are subject to physical distancing requirements. They are also encouraged to implement symptom monitoring protocols, including temperature monitoring and symptom screening questions, where possible. Additional guidance can be found here.
Larimer County Updates
Larimer County has extended its face mask requirement indefinitely, aligning the timeline of the county policy with the City of Fort Collins policy.
The county mask requirement calls for people to wear face coverings inside most businesses unless the business can adhere to a strict social distancing checklist.
The county also amended the order to address the reopening of restaurants and indoor gyms. People are required to wear face coverings when they enter those businesses but can remove them to eat and drink, exercise and carry out other activities approved by the health department. Read the amended order.