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Fremont County moving to Safer at Home Level Yellow

Businesses are able to increase indoor capacity to 50%
Updated Colorado COVID-19 dial
Posted at 7:55 PM, Feb 04, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-04 21:55:51-05

FREMONT COUNTY — Fremont County health officials announced they are moving to Safer at Home Level Yellow on the state's COVID dial, due to a decline in new COVID-19 cases.

In a press release, health officials said the the county's positivity rate is 2.4%, and they have seen a stable hospitalization rate for 12 days.

Safer at Home Level Yellow means:

  • Maximum attendees at gyms increases from 25% to 50% of capacity or 50 whichever is fewer.
  • Maximum attendees at restaurants increases from 25% to 50% capacity or 50 people whichever is fewer.
  • Maximum participants for group sports changes from virtual, or outdoors in groups less than 10-to-25- person capacity per activity.
  • Maximum attendees for indoor events increase from 50 to 100 people or 50% capacity whichever is fewer.
  • Maximum attendees for outdoor events increase from 75 to 175 people or 50% capacity whichever fewer.
  • Personal gathering size remains at 10 people from no more than two households per Public Health Order.

It goes into effect Friday, Feb. 5.

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