DENVER (KDVR) — Policies are continuing to respond to some of the lowest-ever Colorado COVID numbers.
Denver International Airport’s security will no longer enforce masking requirements at the airport, marking the first time since the pandemic started that passengers can fly with exposed faces. Meanwhile, Colorado’s RTD has eliminated mask requirements on all public transit vehicles.
The most relevant COVID numbers are still at all-time lows. When the omicron variant was rampant in late 2021 and early 2022, federal and state health officials said case numbers were no longer a reliable gauge of public danger given the variant’s mildness.
Nationally, COVID cases are near an all-time low number, but…
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