On April 16 the Dial and associated restrictions were rescinded and responsibilities related to the COVID19 response were returned to local governments. Park County residents and businesses are encouraged to continue to continue to follow the sector guidance and practice the common sense measures that prevent the spread of the virus, wash your hands, stay home when sick, get a test if you experience COVID symptoms and wear a mask when gathering indoors.
Park County does not have a local Public Health Order, however we remain in Level Green: Protect Our Neighbor and encourage the use of the updated Capacity Recommendations for Level Green as best practice.
We encourage everyone who can to wear a mask when gathering indoors. Masks are required in the following settings:
K-12 schools, child care centers, indoor children’s camps, public-facing state government facilities, congregate care facilities, and prisons and jails;
Health care settings — including hospitals, urgent-care centers and doctors’ offices;
Businesses that choose to require face coverings be worn by patrons or employees (posted signs at entrance);
Personal service businesses, such as hair and nail salons.
The COVID-19 Dial framework was rescinded and replaced with limited restrictions set forth in Public Health Order 20-38, adopted on April 15, 2021.