After a week of targeted restrictions in Fraser and Winter Park due to a COVID-19 outbreak at Winter Park Resort, Grand County Public Health has brought affected cities and businesses back to orange-level measures.
On February 12, Public Health issued a temporary health order banning indoor gatherings in Fraser or Winter Park, as well as the closure of restaurants in the resort and two businesses in the Fraser Valley for indoor dining because ‘they were linked to the epidemic.
The move sparked backlash from residents and one of the business owners accused public health of using his business as a scapegoat.
According to new information of public health, 11 cases of customers and one case of employees were traced in the two companies.
With the downward trend in COVID-19 cases, Grand County is in compliance with orange-level measures and the more stringent regulations expired Monday morning.
All businesses, activities and events are now subject to Orange level restrictions.
Grand County recorded 64 confirmed cases with three hospitalizations last week.
The one-week case rate, which measures positive cases per 100,000 people, is 412.9….
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