BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4)– The Boulder County Health Department is considering moving to Safer At Home Level 3. The City and County of Denver was elevated to that level on Tuesday after a rise in COVID-19 cases.
The Level 3 “High Risk” category means that the number of people inside businesses, restaurants and workplaces would be limited to just 25% capacity. The higher level also means that gyms and fitness centers would be limited to outdoor groups or virtual classes.
Boulder County has about 53 new cases a day, which is higher than any other time since the coronavirus pandemic started except during the surge in September.