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Posted on March 16, 2020 at 5:27 PM by Julie Sutor
A. For purposes of this Order, an “event” is defined as a gathering for business, social, or recreational activities including, but not limited to, community, civic, public, leisure, or sporting events; parades; concerts; festivals; assemblies; conventions; fundraisers; and similar activities.
An event does not include activities that are primarily individual in nature or occur in small groups or in non-congregate settings, such as places of employment or primarily small-group sports like hiking or skiing, or activities like shopping, as long as social distancing occurs, particularly in areas where congregating in groups is unavoidable.
B. For purposes of this Order, “retail goods and services” is defined as all commercial establishments offering goods, products or services for sale to the general public at an established physical location, except for: the Summit County Justice Center, federal, state, local and special district facilities, public utilities or utility service providers (e.g. electric utility providers, internet services providers, water and sewer service providers), banks, title companies, grocery stores (e.g. Safeway, Vitamin Cottage, City Market, Whole Foods), hardware stores, medical service providers (e.g. hospitals, doctor’s offices medical clinics, veterinarians, medical supply companies, dental offices, physical therapists, pharmacies), retail gas/fuel stations, car dealerships/auto mechanic facilities, car rental companies, pet food stores, package liquor stores, marijuana dispensaries, and department stores (e.g. Wal-mart, Target).
C. For purposes of this Order, “transportation services” shall include all transportation services open to the public including the Summit Stage, Breckenridge Free Ride, mountain shuttle services to the extent they operate in the County (e.g. Colorado Mountain Express), and ride-sharing services (e.g. Uber, Lyft).
D. For purposes of this Order, “short-term lodging” shall include but is not limited to hotels, motels, short term rentals of 30 days or less (e.g. Air BnB, VRBO), bed and breakfasts, condo-tels, lodges and retreats.
a. Proper hand hygiene and sanitation measures must be readily available to all attendees, employees, and vendors and frequently utilized by all employees and vendors.
b. Environmental cleaning guidelines from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) must be followed (e.g., clean and disinfect high touch surfaces frequently).
c. Social distancing recommendations must be met, include limiting contact of people within 6 feet from each other for 10 minutes or longer, and any other applicable social distancing requirements that are promulgated.
d. Employees must be screened for coronavirus symptoms each day and excluded if symptomatic.
e. Organizers of events must ask attendees if they have symptoms of COVID-19 and, if they do, prohibit symptomatic attendees from attending the event. This screening for COVID-19 symptoms should occur daily for all event attendees.
f. Older adults and individuals with underlying medical conditions that are at increased risk of serious COVID-19 must be encouraged not to attend (including employees).
b. The on-site consumption of food or beverages is prohibited; however, the sales of food and beverages at business or institutional facilities for consumption elsewhere at the facility, away from the point of sale, is permitted.
b. Exceptions: Establishments providing retail goods may continue to provide goods via online or over-the-phone sales, provided that goods ordered through such means must be delivered by mail or by delivery to a customer’s home or a customer’s vehicle located outside of the retail location.