DENVER (KDVR) – Colorado plans to end the state-wide COVID-19 Dial next week, giving local governments control of health orders. The changes will take place on April 16, a spokesperson from Gov. Jared Polis’s office confirmed Wednesday.
That means it will be up to each county, city or municipality to handle COVID-19 responses and restrictions.
“While the public health order was issued But Colorado has basically been available since the home stay was lifted in April last year, ”said Colorado State spokesman Shelby Wyman. Take risks to protect people̵7;s health while providing opportunities for economic activity.
“The Dial system will evolve from statewide public health orders to local arrangements and local ordinances on April 16 until more Coloradans receive more vaccines. Be safe by wearing masks six feet apart, and if you choose to gather with others, do so outside in small groups.