Montrose County moved to level green on state’s COVID-19 dial
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KJCT) - Montrose County has been moved to level green on the state’s COVID-19 dial, per the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
This level down changes several protocols. All of the restrictions under level green are listed below:
Face coverings are required only in the following settings. It is important to note that private businesses may still require face coverings.
- Preschool through grade 12 schools (including extracurricular activities), childcare centers and services, and indoor children’s camps;
- Public areas of state government facilities, and areas in state government facilities where members of the public come into contact with state government employees;
- Congregate care facilities, including nursing facilities, assisted living residences, intermediate care facilities, and group homes;
- Emergency medical and other healthcare settings (including hospitals, ambulance service centers, urgent care centers, non-ambulatory surgical structures, clinics, doctors’ offices, and non-urgent care medical structures);
- Personal services; and
- Limited healthcare settings.
Any business, activity, or gathering may fully operate with no capacity restrictions other than those resulting from 6 feet distancing, except:
1. The following businesses and activities may operate at 50 percent of their pre-pandemic capacity not to exceed 500 people:
ii. Smoking lounges
iii. Unseated Indoor events
iv. Organized indoor recreational youth or adult league sports
v. Indoor Children’s Day Camps, Residential Camps, Youth Sports Day Camps and Exempt Single Skill-Building Youth Camps
2. Seated Indoor Events may seat up to 10 people together including non-household members; however, if a seated Indoor Event will exceed 500 people, the event operator or organizer must consult with CDPHE.
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