City of Greeley News

This Labor Day Stay Safe and Protect the Community

This Labor Day weekend, City of Greeley officials encourage community members to make the community stronger and safer together by following the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s safety practices and procedures to slow the spread of COVID-19.

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reported an increase in COVID-19 after the 4th of July. The community shares the responsibility for protecting Greeley workers, families, residents, and higher-risk populations.

While celebrating, CDPHE says Coloradans should:

  • Wear a face-covering when around others.
  • Gather only in small groups (10 people or fewer), preferably outside
  • Maintain 6 feet of physical distance.
  • Avoid risky activities that could lead to COVID-19 exposures or physical injuries. To learn about how to stay safe and assess risks, visit covid19.colorado.gov/risks-benefits.
  • Follow all local COVID-19 guidelines and fire restrictions. To check fire conditions and restrictions, visit www.colorado.gov/dfpc/fire-restriction-information.

State public health orders guide city business. As things shift and change, find the latest information about the City's response to this public health crisis and links to resources at greeleygov.com/covid-19.


Release Date:
Sep 3, 2020

For more information, media representatives should contact:
James Redmond, public information officer
970-373-8157
james.redmond@greeleygov.com

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