DENVER (KDVR) – Colorado plans to end the state recruitment system for COVID-19 next week, giving control of health orders to local authorities. The change will happen on April 16, a spokesman for Governor Jared Polis’ office confirmed on Wednesday.
This means that it depends on the individual counties, cities or municipalities how to deal with the responses and restrictions based on the terms of COVID-1
“Although there are public health orders, Colorado is essentially open, as the Stay Home order was revoked in April last year,” said Shelby Weiman, a Colorado spokeswoman. “We used the Dial system to inform people about their risks, to protect public health, while enabling economic activity.
“The recruitment system will evolve from a nationwide public health order to local and local ordinances on April 16th. While more Coloradans cannot get the vaccine, we must all continue to do our part, keeping ourselves and each other safe, wearing masks, staying six feet away, and if you choose to reunite with others, doing so outside. small groups. “
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