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Posted on: May 15, 2020

Safer at Home video offers guidance for next phase of COVID battle


Even though we’ve completed the state’s stay at home public health order, we’re still facing certain restrictions under the state’s safer at home order. Both orders are designed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, and the safer at home order provides guidelines for how to begin reopening our economy as safely as possible.

Arapahoe County has worked with Loclyz Media Services, a Parker-based production company, to create a series of videos that will help you understand the current situation and how to prepare for it. The first video describes how the safer at home order differs from the more restrictive stay at home order, and how Arapahoe County will be complying with these guidelines at our facilities. We encourage you to watch it before you venture back into work and our communities, and to share it with others.

Stay safe and healthy!

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