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Denver Moves To Safer At Home Level 3 'High Risk' As Coronavirus Cases Continue To Rise

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Denver Moves To Safer At Home Level 3 'High Risk' As Coronavirus Cases Continue To Rise

Denver Moves To Safer At Home Level 3 'High Risk' As Coronavirus Cases Continue To Rise

As coronavirus cases continue to rise in Denver, there will be more restrictions that impact restaurants and retail spaces.

Last week, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock put tighter restrictions in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Group gatherings were limited to five people, instead of 10 and face coverings were required outdoors.


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