Mesa County re-opening plan draft document, still waiting on approval from Gov. Jared Polis

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MESA COUNTY, Colo. — According to Governor Polis, under the Safer-at-Home phase, local governments can apply for
a variance from the state. To do so, they will need to demonstrate proof of very low case counts
of COVID 19 and/or 14 consecutive days of decline of infection of COVID-19 in the county. They
also must submit an application that includes a written COVID-19 suppression plan approved by
the appropriate local public health authority. All local hospitals and elected officials must sign off
on the plan.

Below is Mesa County’s re-opening plan draft. Mesa County Public Health officials say they are hopeful this plan becomes a reality on Monday, April 27th, but, the county is waiting for Gov. Jared Polis to review and approve the plan.

View the Re-open Mesa County plan *DRAFT* here:

Mesa County Public Health urges community members to share ideas for the re-opening plan, as the plan is a draft, and not set in stone. If you have ideas you believe could improve this plan, email Mesa County Public Health:

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