For a month now, Coloradans have been under a stay-at-home order and on April 27, 2020, Gov. Polis outlined his plan for the second phase of the state’s coronavirus response dubbed “Safer at Home” to transition to slightly less stringent restrictions. However, Denver and other counties have extended their stay-at-home orders. Tri-County Health announced Friday, April 26 that Adams and Arapahoe counties have extended the order through May 8 with businesses set to open May 9. Denver, Boulder, and Jefferson counties have also announced extensions of the order. Douglas County moved to “Safer at Home” statewide orders on Monday, April 27. Tri-County Health Department COVID-19 page has a graph on their homepage that will show how Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas counties will move to the states “Safer at Home” guidelines. This guidance will assist Douglas County businesses opening May 1 and Adams and Arapahoe counties businesses opening May 9
To view the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment ‘Safer at Home’ webpage and guidance on specific businesses click HERE for all the latest updates.