ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Adams County residents will soon go back to Level 3 Safer-at-Home restrictions due to a rising number of coronavirus cases. The restriction goes into effect on Oct. 28 at 5 p.m.

Under the new restrictions, businesses, churches and restaurants will see reduced capacity.

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Adams and Logan counties are the only two counties in the state with a Level 3 designation on the state’s dial dashboard.

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Additional restrictions for Adams County include:

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  • Personal Services may operate at 25% of the posted occupancy limit, not to exceed 25 people, per room.
  • Restaurants may operate at 25% of the posted occupancy limit indoors not to exceed 50 people excluding staff, whichever is less, per room.
  • Houses of worship and Life Rites may operate at 25% or 50 people. For outdoor worship services, a house of worship must maintain 6 feet distance between non-household members
  • Indoor events may operate at 50 percent capacity or 25 people, whichever is fewer.
  • Recreation
    • Gyms, recreation centers and indoor pools are not authorized to
      open for in-person services; virtual services may be provided.
    • Outdoor recreational activities in groups of 10 people or fewer
      may occur, maintaining 6 feet Distancing Requirements between
      non-household contacts.

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The Tri-County Health Department issued a public health order for Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas counties on Oct. 16, limiting indoor gatherings to 5 people and no more than 10 people for outdoor gatherings. The order will stay in effect until at least Nov. 1.