What You Can and Can’t Do Under Denver, Boulder’s Stay-at-Home Orders
Denver and Boulder residents have been ordered to stay at home through April 10 at a minimum. Essential businesses will remain open, including:
- Hospitals, clinics and walk-in health facilities.
- Medical and dental care, excluding elective procedures.
- Research and laboratory services.
- Medical wholesale and distribution.
- Home health-care companies, workers and aides.
- Pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies.
- Behavioral health-care providers.
- Nursing homes, residential health care and congregate care facilities.
- Medical supplies and equipment manufacturers and providers, and any related health-care services.
- Veterinary care, livestock services and all medical services for animals.
- Animal shelters and pet boarding services
All travel is currently prohibited, except:
- Access to essential activities, businesses and services.
- Care for elderly, minors, dependents, people with disabilities or other vulnerable people.
- Going to or from educational facilities to support distance learning or to get meals or related services.
- To return home from outside Denver or Boulder.
- Travel required by law enforcement or court order.
Under the order you are still allowed to go outside for walking, hiking, biking, running or walking a dog. You must maintain a safe social distance from others. You may also leave the house to buy food or essential products.