On Monday, Grand County Public Health closed restaurants to in-person dining, forbid indoor gatherings and imposed further limits short-term lodging in an effort to stem rising COVID-19 infections. The Grand County Colorado Tourism Board recognizes that travelers might be concerned about how COVID-19 and wildfires it might affect travel in the area. Find out if COVID-19 is spreading where you’re going and always check restrictions in the area to which you are traveling. View Colorado’s Dial Dashboard or contact the area’s local public health agency to get the most up-to-date information on local orders and variances. These orders adopted by the State apply to residents Grand County and the municipalities in this county. Following two weeks of increased COVID-19 restrictions, Grand County has been able to cut its positive case count by 30%, according to public health officials. At that point, health officials said it would take a few weeks to see any indication in the data about whether the increased restrictions were working at … Colorado is moving 12 more counties to the state’s second-highest level of COVID-19 restrictions in the coming days, meaning at least 27 counties will be … These orders are intended to minimize contact between people to the greatest extent possible to minimize the spread of COVID19. The travel industry’s guiding principle is to seek and heed the most up-to-date expert guidance, and we urge the traveling public to do the same. Colorado ski areas allowed to stay open under Level Red COVID-19 restrictions Ski resorts in Level Red counties will have to suspend indoor dining, but … For all updates and additional information go to CO.GRAND.CO.US/COVID19 The county has been well above the threshold for the strictest regulations because of high … Grand County has also issued a Public Health Order. No indoor gatherings or private events unless specifically approved through Grand County Public Health Restricts lodging and short-term rentals to […] GRAND COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) — A Grand County pastor admits certain COVID-19 public health requirements may not have been entirely followed during a Christmas Eve service. COVID-19 Updates. Please understand that this is a rapidly changing situation, we will keep you posted with new information as soon as we have it. Last Updated: December 14th, 2020 Grand County is currently in Safer at Home - Level Orange with additional safety measures in place for indoor gatherings, lodging, and restaurants in place until at least December 18th. When level red restrictions were put in place on Nov. 20, the county had just reported 92 more positive cases of COVID-19. Grand County's coroner says her investigation into a murder-suicide wasn't finalized when the State of Colorado listed the two victims as dying with COVID-19.