Gov. Polis announced last week that he asked CDPHE to move counties in the red level to the orange level, opening indoor dining at 25% capacity.
DENVER — Counties around the state plan to loosen up COVID-19 restrictions on Monday, leaving restaurants scrambling yet again to change the way they operate.
Gov. Jared Polis (D) asked that counties in the red level be moved to the orange level, citing a decline in cases. That would allow restaurants to open indoor dining to 25%.
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