The governor of Colorado extended a mask mandate across the state for another 30 days, but loosened his face covering requirements for groups that are vaccinated against COVID-19
DENVER – The governor of Colorado has extended a mask mandate across the state for another 30 days, but has loosened his face that covers the requirements for groups that are vaccinated against COVID-19.
According to Governor Jared Polis’ new executive order, people gathered in groups of 10 or more no longer need to wear masks if at least 80% of the group is vaccinated.
The order dictates that people must provide proof of vaccination, but their statement did not detail what evidence is considered acceptable.
Residents are still required to wear masks in schools, day care centers, public government institutions, prisons and health centers.
About 1.9 million people in Colorado are fully vaccinated.