The updated executive order includes the requirement to wear masks in schools in all counties
Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed an executive order on Friday to extend the mandate of the state mask for the next 30 days.
“If we continue to wear masks in closed public places around other people, we can safely enjoy our favorite activities and keep the economy open. Every community is affected by this epidemic differently, and we want to make sure that this sequence can Reflect this. We are coming, Colorado, but we have to keep it longer,” Polis said in a press release.
The updated administrative order includes the requirement to wear masks in all county schools, during extracurricular activities, childcare centers and indoor children’s camps.
According to the order, masks will be required in all prisons, prisons, group care facilities, and state government facilities facing the public.
“In Colorado, we have made incredible progress in arming the vaccine and protecting the most vulnerable, but before everyone can receive the vaccine and reduce our COVID cases, precautions need to be taken to prevent cases. Increase and further spread. Diseases. Polis said in the statement.