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Tri-County Health Department Public Health Incident Management Team Situation Report

Late breaking news: Gov. Polis outlined his upcoming "Safer-at-home" order allowing more businesses to open on April 27 after the "Stay-at-home" order ends
 
Governor Polis said that the data is showing that the stay-at-home order has been effective in reducing the spread of COVID-19, with the daily hospitalization rate leveling off. Polis said that many retail stores will be able to open on May 1, with spacing that adheres to the 6-foot rule, and employees wearing face masks. "Vulnerable populations, including seniors and people with underlying health conditions, should continue to stay at home and avoid going out in public," Polis said.
 
Non-critical offices: 50% open with strict precautions.
Restaurants/bars/event venues: Takeout/delivery only.
Childcare: Open, with strict precautions.
Educational institutions (colleges/K-12): To remain closed.
Personal services (hair and nail salons, tattoo parlors, dog grooming, personal trainers, etc.):
Open, with strict precautions.
Elective medical procedures: Open, with strict precautions including PPE and ability to meet critical care needs.
Real estate: Showings allowed, with strict precautions and social distancing.
Open houses not allowed.
 
Visit https://covid19.colorado.gov/ for the most up-to-date information.
 
The statewide Stay-at-Home Order is set to expire on April 26. However, it is clear based on current public health models that we must sustain some critical social distancing and disease prevention measures in order to keep residents safe, and so that we do not overwhelm our health care system. Per Governor Polis today, local public health officials have been directed to implement data-informed strategies at the local level that best meet the needs of local communities. TCHD will be working closely with its county representatives to determine what gradual opening looks like, and we will share more information as we work through these next steps.
 

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