On Monday, January 4, many counties, including Jefferson and Adams, will be moved from Level Red to Level Orange following a steady decline of COVID-19 cases. What does this mean for Arvada businesses?
Level Orange Guidance and Restrictions
- Variances: Not eligible
- Personal Gathering Size: Up to 10 from no more than 2 households
- Childcare: Open
- P-12 Schools: In-person suggested
- Restaurants and Bars
- Indoors: 25% capacity or 50 people
- Outdoors: 6 feet between parties, per local zoning
- Last Call: 10 p.m. on-premises
- Bars: closed
- Offices: 25% capacity, remote work is strongly encouraged
- Gyms/Fitness: 25% capacity, 25 people indoors, or outdoors in groups less than 10
- Critical and Non-Critical Retail: 50% capacity with increased curbside pickup and deliver
See the full Level Orange guidance here.
Find a list of Arvada restaurants for dine-in and takeout options at arvadachamber.org/takeout-takeover. If you have changes to this page, please reach out to Ryan Hecht at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Colorado Vaccine Information
Colorado is currently in Phase 1A and 1B of its initial supply of COVID-19 vaccines. This distribution is available to eligible “Highest-risk health care workers” and “Coloradans age 70+, moderate-risk health care workers, first responders, frontline essential workers, and state government.” As of this posting, 111,679 vaccine doses have been administered.
See the state’s answers to your most important questions about getting a vaccine, safety and development, immunity, Emergency Use Authorization, and more at covid19.colorado.gov/vaccine.