Bars and nightclubs won't be allowed to operate in Colorado in July, Gov. Jared Polis announced Tuesday, reversing a mid-June decision allowing them to re-open with modifications, and citing the advice of governors in Texas and Arizona, states struggling with a coronavirus resurgence.
Erin Prater, Colorado Politics
Gov. Jared Polis signed a variety of bills throughout the Front Range Monday, including two he said will help protect Coloradans from the effects of a toxic foam used in fire fighting.
Here's a list of what is currently allowed and what's still prohibited by Colorado public health orders during the coronavirus pandemic.
A coronavirus spike in Colorado this summer could be larger than the one seen in April and overwhelm hospital capacity, the dean of the Colorado School of Public Health said Monday.
An estimated 170,000 Coloradans — both symptomatic and asymptomatic — have had COVID-19, or nearly 3% of the population, state health officials and a University of Colorado researcher said Tuesday. And although the recent data shows the proverbial curve has flattened, as hoped, cases could rise around mid-August, when schools usually re-open.
The owners of a Castle Rock restaurant shuttered by the state after video surfaced of its packed dining room on Mothers Day — in violation of a pandemic-related public health order — is suing the state and Gov. Jared Polis, Gazette news partner KKTV reports.
The state health department is using its authority to indefinitely shutter a Castle Rock restaurant that was open this weekend for dine-in service, defying a public health order, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis announced Monday.
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"The reality of where we are today is that we are starting to see a larger and larger amount of widespread community transmission."
President Donald Trump appeared in Colorado Springs on Thursday evening at a campaign rally at The Broadmoor World Arena. The Gazette and Colorado Politics had multiple reporters and photographers on scene. Below is transcript of our live coverage.