DENVER, Colo. (CBS4) — If you are caught violating the statewide stay-at-home order in Denver, you will get a warning — the first time. After that, you could be fined up to $999.

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“We know that being stuck at home can be tough, but reducing social interactions is key in the battle against COVID-19 and we need everyone’s help!” the Denver Police Department stated.

Park rangers, officers & public health officials will be patrolling parks, recreational areas, businesses & neighborhoods.

“The Denver Police Department will enforce the stay-at-home order with a focus on officer discretion and sound judgement, educating residents about the order, and gaining voluntary compliance,” officials stated.

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With the statewide stay-at-home in place, residents are permitted to go to an essential job, go to the grocery store, go to the doctor or pharmacy, and participate in outdoor exercise — while staying six feet away from others.

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Comments (4)
  1. Michael says:

    How does that work for all the homeless on the streets that this liberal mayor doesn’t seem to care about?

  2. bored ashell says:

    any judge that enforces the fine should be disbarred. Make the governor declare marital law, like everyone was saying trump would do before this pandemic.

  3. Leroy says:

    They can’t and won’t stop or check everyone. Good luck trying🤣😂

  4. Mike Swankhouse says:

    YES FINE PLEASE!!! I love how virtually every single news story on this subject refuses to mention that home and infrastructure construction has also been exempted.

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