To many Coloradans, summer means concert season. Fear not, concerts may go on, along with fairs, receptions, and other outdoor events, despite the recent interruptions due to the COVID-19 shutdown. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment recently released a draft of guidelines that may be used when the time comes to allow outdoor events once again.
Here’s a look at some of the draft guidelines for restarting outdoor events:
See all draft guidelines here.
Information about when these rules, or another set of rules, may go into place has not been released. It’s also important to note that guidelines mentioned here do not apply to activities under guidelines for restaurants, worship, and personal recreation.