Weld County Allowing Retailers To Open A Week Ahead of State
The Governor's 'Safer-at-Home' policy is set to begin Monday, April 27 with limited businesses open and under strict limitations.
Weld County has decided to let businesses skip the easing in of restrictions with its own Safer-At-Work plan. They'll allow all businesses to reopen on April 27 if they choose.
According to 9News, the decision to go against the governor's orders was made by the Weld County commissioners and Weld County Department of Health and Environment,.
Businesses are still asked to limit group to 10 people and keeping six feet between individuals.
Weld County has had some of the highest rates of people testing positive for COVID-19 in the state.
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