Colorado announced on April 16th that they're no longer using the Covid-19 state dial that the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment had issued. The authority for Covid-19 operating restrictions have now been turned over to local public health departments.
So what does this mean for Grand County? Grand County started implementing, on April 16th, many different elements from the State Dial 3.0 Level Blue, with capacity adjustment as follows:
All industry, operations and events in Grand County may operate at 100% capacity, although the 6 foot distancing between parties will be the main capacity limiting factor.
All events in Grand County whether indoor or outdoor, regardless of the venue or size, will still be required to submit plans for approval to the Grand County Public Health Department.
Indoor events that will host more than 500 people will be required to get approval from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, as well as the Grand County Public Health Department.
Born and raised in Franklin, MI, Christina Graduated from Grand Valley State University with a degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management and Business Management. She came out to Colorado for an opportunity to work on a dude ranch but the mountain lifestyle stole her heart and she’s here to stay! She enjoys snowboarding, running, rock climbing and enjoying all the outdoor activities Colorado has to offer.