Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-04-08 10:07:54 –
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Denver (KDVR) – Colorado plans to end the state-wide COVID-19 dialing system next week, allowing local governments to manage health orders. The change took place on April 16th, confirmed by a spokesman for Governor Jared Polis on Wednesday.
In other words, how to handle responses and restrictions based on the status of COVID-19 is up to the individual county, city, or municipality.
Shelby Woman, a Colorado spokesman, said: “We used a dialing system to alert individuals to risks, protect public health and at the same time enable economic activity.
“The dial system will evolve from state-wide public health orders to municipal ordinances on April 16. We will all play our part until more Coloradans are vaccinated. If you continue to do it, wear a mask, stay 6 feet away, and get together with others, do it outdoors in small groups to keep yourself and each other safe.
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