DENVER (AP) - Colorado will soon enter a new phase of loosened coronavirus-related social and business restrictions. Gov. Jared Polis said Monday that the phase will be called “Protect our Neighbors.”
Individual counties will be able to make their own decisions to reopen businesses or social gatherings at the end of June or early July.
That's if they have the adequate public health capabilities to respond to possible outbreaks. Polis says the new guidelines are subject to public feedback and will be formalized by the end of this week.
The measures will include allowing the resumption, with conditions to be determined, of indoor and outdoor events or venues like fairs and concerts.