Coronavirus in Colorado, June 5: A look at the latest updates on COVID-19
Gov. Jared Polis gave Colorado businesses the authority Thursday to refuse service to customers not wearing masks as state health officials issued new guidance allowing houses of worship, gyms, parks and swimming pools to reopen to limited capacities.
The state’s guidance documents for personal and outdoor recreation, as well as churches, synagogues and mosques, are similar to drafts issued earlier this week, but with some changes — marking the latest step toward restoring civic and recreational functions that were curtailed this spring in the push to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Colorado has now tested more than 200,000 residents for the new coronavirus, and found 300 additional cases between Wednesday and Thursday afternoon.
So far, 27,360 people have tested positive for the virus, out of 200,912 people who were swabbed. That means about 14% of tests were positive — still higher than the 10% threshold some experts say signals a state is doing enough testing.
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