Capacity Limits Lifted: Larimer County Updated COVID-19 Restrictions
As the State of Colorado has retired its COVID-19 dial, local guidance is left up to the counties. Some, like Weld County, have lifted all COVID-19 restrictions as of April 16, 2021. Larimer County, however, still has COVID-19 restrictions in place, but many capacity limits have been lifted.
According to Larimer County, new guidelines are as follows:
As of Friday, April 16, Larimer County is considered 'high risk' on its own COVID-19 dial. Face coverings are still required in indoor public places. Over 200,000 vaccines have been given.
- No cap on personal gatherings, but should align with CDC guidelines.
Indoor Seated Events:
- No capacity restrictions if under 500 people
- Must be six foot distance between parties of no more than ten people.
Indoor Unseated Events:
- Up to 175 people, or 50 percent capacity.
Outdoor Events and Entertainment:
- No capacity limits if under 500 people
- Adequate distancing
Restaurants & Bars:
- No capacity limit
- Must be six foot distance between parties of no more than ten people
- Outdoor seating may be closer than six feet
Gyms and Fitness:
- No capacity limits
- Six feet of distance between individuals
- Face coverings required indoors when closer than six feet
- 75 percent capacity
- Indoor: 50 participants per court/rink
- Outdoor: No limit
You can see more Larimer County COVID-19 information here.
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