On November 12, 2020, the Grand County Board of Commissioners, acting as the Grand County Board of Health, voted 2-1 to move Grand County into Safer at Home – Level Orange until at least November 30th in accordance with the guidance of Grand County Public Health (GCPH).
SOS = SAVE OUR SEASON. STOP THE SPREAD.
As you all know, the COVID-19 numbers for Grand County and all of Colorado have been rising rapidly. In order to save our ski season and keep our economy alive and thriving, we need to mitigate the spread of COVID within our community, and we need to take drastic measures NOW. We need to Stop the Spread and Save our Season….just like the graphic says!
Let’s work together, as a community, to remind ourselves, our friends, our family, our co-workers, our guests to wear masks, wash our hands, and watch our distance. We can and we must stop the spread. Please use this SOS in emails, social, etc… Stay tuned; the SOS Toolkit is soon to hit your inbox. But you can download the Fraser and Winter Park logos now. Big shout out to Sarah Bradford and team for inspiring and implementing this campaign and sharing with the community.
ADD YOUR PHONE TO THE FIGHT.
Help stop the spread of COVID-19 in Colorado through #COExposureNotifications. Add Exposure Notifications to your iPhone or Android device at https://www.addyourphone.com. Help Colorado and stay informed.
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These designs came out of a workshop put on by The State of Colorado, in partnership with several groups. The groups included the Colorado Restaurant Association (CRA), Colorado Restaurant Foundation (CRF), American Council of Engineering Companies of Colorado (ACEC), the American Institute of Architects Colorado (AIA), and the Associated General Contractors of Colorado (AGC).