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Clear Creek County's restaurants are allowed to have 25% indoor capacity, with a cap of 50 people, as of Monday morning.
The restaurants only have been moved to Level Orange on the state's …
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The restaurants only have been moved to Level Orange on the state's COVID-19 dial as the county's case count, incidence rate and positivity have all declined in recent weeks, county officials stated in a press release.
As of Monday, Clear Creek's two-week cumulative incidence rate was 390 cases per 100,000 people; positivity was 5.39%; and the two-week case count was 38 new cases.
While still much worse than Clear Creek's numbers over the summer and early fall, these metrics are much better than surrounding counties' and continue to trend down, Public & Environmental Health Director Tim Ryan has said.
He said last week he was hopeful the entire county would be in Level Orange soon.
Restaurants should maintain the highest level of caution and follow all Level Orange guidelines. Additionally, all other businesses and places in Clear Creek remain at Level Red and should continue following present restrictions.
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