UPDATED! Hours after the Tri-County Health Department issued a stay-at-home order for Adams, Arapaho & Douglas county, Governor Jared Polis issued a statewide stay-at-home order for Colorado, effective 6 am Thursday 03/26/20 and lasting at least until 04/11/20. The Tri-County order lasts until 04/17/2020, BUT HAS IN THE MEANTIME BEEN RESCINDED.
This means that Alpine Adult Day Care's base site will have to remain closed to clients until at least 04/11/2020. However, our food delivery, welfare calls and online services (facebook group) are expected to continue until the stay-at-home orders are lifted.
Critical workplaces are exempt from the statewide mandate and include:
- Health care operations. - Critical infrastructure, including utilities, fuel supply and transmission, public water, telecommunications, transportation, hotels, and food supply chain. - Critical manufacturing, including food, beverages, chemicals, medical equipment, pharmaceuticals, sanitary products and agriculture. - Critical retail, including grocery stores, liquor stores, farms, gas stations, restaurants and bars for takeout, marijuana dispensaries but only for medical or curbside delivery, hardware stores. - Critical services, including trash and recycling, mail, shipping, laundromats, child care, building cleaning and maintenance, auto supply and repair, warehouses/distribution, funeral services, and animal shelters. - News media. - Financial institutions. - Providers of basic necessities to economically disadvantaged populations. - Construction. - Defense. - Public safety services like police and fire. - Vendors that provide critical services to the workplaces above.