COVID-19 Information

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News & Important Updates

  • Safer at Home Level 2: The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) released a dial frameworkto help local governments and Coloradans navigate and apply safety guidance throughout the pandemic. The dial is effective as of Tuesday, September 15. 
    • View details about the dial including a county by county dashboard and what restrictions are in place for each level.
    • The dial framework fact sheet 
    • The dial framework policy.
    • Broomfield has the following variances to the Safer at Home Level 2 Capacity Restrictions (page 6)
      • Site Variance: Flatirons Crossing Mall
      • Gyms: 50% capacity <100 indoors & 175 outdoors
      • Organized sports: <50
      • Personal Services: 50% <100 indoors & 175 outdoors
      • Libraries: 50% <100 indoors & 175 outdoors
      • Museums: 50% <100 indoors & 175 outdoors
  • The statewide mask orderhas been extended 30 days from September 12th.  
  • The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) released guidance for indoor visitation in residential care facilities. Residential care facilities (skilled nursing facilities, assisted living residences, group homes, and intermediate care facilities) that meet the criteria can now welcome visitors indoor
  • Week of September 21, 2020: Broomfield Community Update
  • Personal Protective Equipment request form (providers only)

Reverse It! Before participating in an activity, ask yourself:

  • How many other people will be participating in this activity?
  • Is the activity outside?
  • Can I put distance between myself and others?
  • How long will the activity take?
  • Do I feel 100% healthy?
  • How will I get there? Biking, walking, driving in a car are safer than public transportation.
  • Do I live with someone who is more vulnerable to COVID-19? Would they be at higher risk if I brought home the virus?
  • What is the value of this activity to me versus the risk I am taking?