Governor Polis told Colorado school superintendents that schools should "prepare for the possibility" of not returning to in class learning until January of 2021.

During a conference call with school superintendents, Polis said the plan is to hold the Fall semester as usual. However, because of the possibility of another outbreak (and no vaccine yet) schools should be prepared to stay home until January 2021. He also instructed them to develop models that would make start times staggered, new formats for lunch and other interactions to keep kids apart in the fall.

April 27 the stay-at-home order turns into a "safer-at-home" order allowing residents more freedom, and some businesses to start opening back up. Read all about it HERE.

Source: The Gazette

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