Only Four Out of 64 Colorado Counties Have ‘Level Green’ COVID Restrictions
Just four Colorado counties have made it to the lightest level of restrictions, 'Protect Out Neighbors,' while much of the state moves back.
While Colorado faces its third wave of COVID-19, and most counties, like Larimer, shift towards tighter restrictions (Denver now has a 10 p.m. curfew), a few — and only a few — counties have made it into Level Green: Gilpin, Gunnison, Moffat and Rio Blanco.
Note that this is the current information provided by the State of Colorado, however, some counties are under mitigation, or are enforcing stricter public health orders, and may soon change.
Larimer County has moved back to a Safer Level 2, or yellow, to decrease the surge in cases.
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