Safer At Home in Larimer County#
Current Level: Safer at Home Orange (Level 3)
Effective Monday, January 4, 2021 at noon Larimer County moved Safer at Home Orange (Level 3).
Safer at Home Orange:
- Restaurants: Take out, curbside, delivery or to go permitted. Outdoor / open air dining permitted. Indoor dining at 25% capacity permitted.
- Last call 10 p.m.
- Maximum capacity at gyms 25%, up to 25 people indoors. Outdoors in groups less than 10.
- Indoor events 25% capacity but no more than 50 people.
- Retail businesses, 50% capacity, with increased curbside pick up and delivery, dedicated senior and at-risk hours encouraged.
- Office capacity reduced to 25%, remote work strongly encouraged.
During this "Safer at Home" phase Coloradans will no longer be ordered to stay home, but are still strongly encouraged to do so unless going out is absolutely necessary. General Measures for Safer at Home Phase:
- Everyone is should stay home as much as possible, except for necessary activities, jobs, and government functions
- Face coverings must be worn by employees and customers in a place of business
- Face coverings should be worn in any public setting and when outdoor areas are busy
- 6 feet of social distance should be maintained
- Stick to your household. Not get-togethers with anyone outside of your immediate household
- Sick people may not go to work and should self isolate for 7 days since symptoms started and at least 72 hours after their fever goes away without fever-reducing medication
- Avoid travel into or out of the community except for essential activities
Ongoing decision-making to minimize the impact of COVID-19 is based on the following principles:
- Increased ability to conduct testing and contain the virus
- Additional protections for those who are most at risk for COVID-19
- The ability of the healthcare system to handle the increased demand
- Social distancing policies that can be sustainable
- Ongoing monitoring and evaluation of policies and their impact