MORE NEWS: Eric Church Announces Indoor Concert At Ball Arena In Denver This Fall Several counties in Colorado have moved into zones with fewer restrictions in the past weeks as COVID cases continue to drop in those counties and vaccinations increase. The move from the statewide COVID-19 Dial gives counties more control over local ordinances and restrictions. Last week, Polis announced that the mask mandate in Colorado will remain in place through early May.
Polis’ spokeswoman Shelby Wieman also told CBS4, “Until more Coloradans can get the vaccine, we must all continue to do our part, keeping ourselves and each other safe by wearing masks, staying six feet apart, and if you choose to gather with others, doing so outside in small groups.” READ MORE: COVID Vaccine Clinic At Dick’s Sporting Goods Park Put On Hold After 11 Patients Experience Adverse Side Effects
READ MORE: DCPA Broadway Plans To Reopen In December With Disney’s ‘The Lion King’ The COVID-19 Dial 3.0 was introduced last month with less restrictive capacity limits for those counties with lower case levels.
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