DENVER (CBS4) – As of 5 p.m. on March 24, many parks in Denver closed as part of a stay-at-home order announced by Mayor Michael Hancock on Monday. Closed signs were posted at the Denver Skate Park near 19th and Little Raven.
A father/daughter just found out they only have 30 more minutes to skate.READ MORE: Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser Joins States In Anti-Robocall Technology Requirement
That was hard to see, harder for him to break it to her.
She asked me “But we’re excercising too? What’s the difference?”
— Tori Mason (@ToriMasonTV) March 24, 2020READ MORE: Hearing Centered Around Face Masks In Jefferson County Schools Continues For Second Day In Court
Grocery stores, banks, liquor stores and recreational marijuana shops can stay open if they practice extreme physical distancing.
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