Larimer County will enforce the indoor mask order
Larimer County, Colo. (KDVR) -Larimer County will make it mandatory to wear masks in all indoor public places from noon on Wednesday, October 20th.
The order will apply to everyone aged 3 and over, regardless of vaccination status, the county said in a press release.
Larrymer County stated that the order will remain in place until all of the following conditions are met, which constitute a “moderate risk score” for 21 consecutive days, or until it is increased, canceled, suspended, or amended in writing. Larimer County Public Director of Health ”:
- Less than 65 covid patients in Larimer County Hospitals;
- Less than 90% of the “normal and conventional level” of intensive care unit use;
- Larimer County 7-day case rate less than 300 per 100,000 people;
- And Larimer County 7-day test positivity rate less than 10%.
Businesses that can be excluded from the mask order with the approval of the Larimer County Department of Health and Environment verify that 95% of people in their interior space have been vaccinated.
Larimer County is currently experiencing a high community spread of Covid-1 of.
Its risk score as of Friday is calculated as “high” based on the following factors:
- 7-day case rate per 100k: 274
- 7-day test positive percentage: 8.4%
- COVID patients in the hospital: 91
- Percentage of ICU usage at routine care level: 105%