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Tri-County Health Department Daily COVID-19 Update June 8

The Sixth Amended Public Health Order goes into effect today
 
Executive Order D 2020 091 "Safer at Home and in the Vast, Great Outdoors" still
strongly encourages that people at risk of severe illness from COVID-19 remain at home or in the great outdoors as much as possible, but allows limited reopening of postsecondary institutions and certain businesses.
 
Activities that are done with 10 or fewer individuals, following Social Distancing Requirements for non-household members are authorized. Individuals may participate in local and personal recreation in outside public spaces, as an authorized Necessary Activity, in groups no larger than 10 and practicing social distancing maintaining 6 feet between participants.
 
Private campgrounds may open for use. Playgrounds and outdoor sports facilities, such as tennis and pickleball courts, may be open for use for no more than 25 people at a time. Outdoor swimming pools may open at 50% capacity, limited to no more than 50 people. Organized recreational youth or adult league sports may resume activities with no more than 25 players outdoors or 10 players indoors. Parents may attend youth sports activities but must remain 6 feet apart from non-household members. Spectators are strongly discouraged for adult sports.
 
Gyms, recreation centers and indoor pools may open at 25% capacity, not to exceed 50 people, whichever is less, per room, maintaining 6 feet distancing. Competitive events such as races and endurance events are permitted as long as 6 foot distancing and limitations on group size can be maintained.
 
Guide services for fishing, hunting, biking, horseback riding, canoeing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, ATV tours, and climbing are permitted in groups no larger than 10. River outfitters, rafting, or Jeep Tours in groups of up to 2 households in a boat or jeep only in groups of no more than 10. View the Sixth Amended Executive Order
 
 
 
 
 
 
Gov. Polis Requests CDC Assistance for Flu Season and Emphasizes Importance of Getting Vaccinated
 
Gov. Polis today sent a letter to the Director of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention requesting assistance in ensuring Colorado is prepared to respond during flu season, and can prevent the combined impact of flu and COVID-19 from overwhelming the health care system. 
 
“One of the most significant threats to our continued progress is flu season. My administration has been working diligently to increase our vaccination rates. But we need to do even more this coming flu season especially among older Coloradans and our vulnerable residents, to reduce the number of flu victims in need of hospitalization and free up those beds for COVID patients if needed. This is where we need your help,” the letter reads. 
 
“Flu season is going to tax our PPE supplies as those giving vaccinations are going to need medical grade masks, perhaps shields and gloves to ensure they are protected from COVID-19. While we have much better access to PPE than we did, we are going to need help obtaining more,” the letter continues. Read the Governor’s letter here

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