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Denver Extends Stay at Home Order, City Continues Outreach and Enforcement

DENVER – Effective immediately, Mayor Michael B. Hancock is extending the City and County of Denver’s Stay at Home Public Health Order until April 30, 2020. The city is also extending its ban on mass gatherings through April 30 and will begin posting its daily Emergency Operations Situational Report to denvergov.org.  

“I am very proud and thankful for all the Denver residents who are staying at home and practicing physical distancing,” Mayor Hancock said in extending the order. “I know this hasn’t been easy for many, but given the current data and advice from experts about the spread of COVID-19 in our community and across the country, these are the actions that are going to get us on the other side of this curve and protect the health of as many people as possible.”  

The original order was set to expire on April 11. With the extension of the order, the city will conduct additional outreach and enforcement as the Mayor urges all residents to stay home except for essential business or essential activities, and stay safe by observing the public health order guidelines amid the worsening COVID-19 pandemic. 

As of today, Denver has had:  

  • 6,090 contacts with businesses and residents about compliance with the stay-at-home order 
  • 1,796 warnings issued 
  • 14 citations issued 

See the updated public health order for additional information.  

The daily situation report is prepared daily by the city’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in accordance with federal guidelines for emergency management. Today’s report is available on theLocal Preparation and Coordination page of denvergov.org.

Members of the media who want to receive the daily reports by email should provide their contact information to JIC_News@denvergov.org. Visit denvergov.org for ongoing updates about Denver’s COVID-19 response.  

Stay at Home Order Extended to May 8

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