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Latest Covid Regulations: Boulder & Denver, Colorado And Chicago Illinois

Nov 13th 2020

Latest Covid Regulations: Boulder & Denver, Colorado And Chicago Illinois

At this point in the year, it’s a pretty safe assumption to make that most everyone has head of, and has at least a general understanding, of what Covid 19 is. It’s on the news daily and has all of us making regular changes to the way we live in and interact with the world around us. That said, keeping yourself informed and up to date with all the latest symptoms, health guidelines and regulations, etc can help prevent illness in yourself and others and help to slow the spread altogether. This is essential as we move to reopen and bring back a sense of normalcy, even if it is a new kind of “normal”.

Because of this, we’ve put together a list of the most current symptom information, as well what the current regulations are in the cities our stores operate in.

Current covid 19 symptoms list per the CDC website (if you exhibit any of these, please ensure you isolate yourself and limit contact with other until you receive a negative coronavirus test):

  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Trouble breathing
  • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
  • New confusion
  • Inability to wake or stay awake
  • Bluish lips or face

*Note that any of these symptoms can appear between 2 and 14 days of becoming infected. Additionally, some people can be asymptomatic carriers of the coronavirus and still spread it to others. So if you know you have come into contact with someone who has this virus, even if you aren’t showing symptoms, it is important that you too isolate yourself and get tested as soon as possible.


Current Boulder, Colorado Covid 19 regulations:

  • There are to be no gatherings of people in groups larger than 10 - and with a maximum of members being from two separate households.
  • Everyone who is 11 years of age or older is required to wear a mask wherever social distancing (e.g. a minimum of 6 feet circumference space per person) isn’t possible. This includes in all indoor public spaces, all retail locations, health facilities, etc. (Note - Masks are recommend for all ages three and up).
  • Masks are also required in outdoor settings where social distancing isn’t possible, including but not limited to: park gatherings, waiting in line, waiting for public transit, etc.
  • When riding on any form of public transit, including but not limited to: busses, Lyfts, Ubers, Taxi’s, ride sharing services, etc.
  • Bars are closed
  • Indoor dining is limited to a 25% capacity with spacing of 6ft between all tables. Outdoor dining allowed with spacing of 6ft between all tables.
  • Retail is limited to 25% capacity.
  • Curfew from 10pm - 5am daily.

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Current Denver, Colorado Covid 19 regulations:

  • There are to be no gatherings of people in groups larger than 10 - and with a maximum of members being from two separate households.
  • Everyone who is 10 years of age or older is required to wear a mask wherever social distancing isn’t possible. This includes both indoor and outdoor spaces, including but not limited to: all retail locations, health facilities, (Note masks are recommend for all ages 3 and up).
  • Masks are also required when riding any and all forms of public transportation, including but not limited too: busses, trains, Lyfts, Ubers, Taxi’s, ride sharing services, etc. or while waiting in line for any such service.
  • Bars are closed
  • Indoor dining is limited to a 25% capacity with spacing of 6ft between all tables. Outdoor dining allowed with spacing of 6ft between all tables.
  • Retail is limited to 25% capacity.
  • Curfew from 10pm - 5am daily.

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Current Chicago, Illinois Covid 19 regulations:

  • There are to be no gatherings of people in groups of larger than 6.
  • Everyone over the age of 2 years or older is required to wear a mask wherever social distancing isn’t possible. This includes all indoor and outdoor spaces, including but not limited to: all retail locations, health facilities, etc.
  • Masks are also required when riding any and all forms of public transportation, including but not limited to: busses, trains, Lyfts, Ubers, Taxi’s, ride sharing services, etc.
  • Bars - all indoor bars are closed. Outdoor bars allowed to operate so long as there is enough room for 6ft social distancing minimum between all tables.
  • Indoor dining is completely closed. Outdoor dinning allowed in spaces where there is enough room for 6ft social distancing minimum between tables.
  • Retail is limited to 40% capacity.
  • Curfew from 11pm - 6am daily.

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What are are doing to help slow the spread:

  • We require all patrons who enter any of our establishments to wear face masks which cover both the nose and mouth. This includes customers, curriers and all staff.
  • We are making an effort to sanitize every store from top to bottom multiple times a day.
  • After every purchase, we wipe down/sanitize both our counters and credit card machines.
  • We have hand sanitizing stations set up in every store.
  • All staff members temperatures are checked upon entering the store — before their shift starts — and anyone who’s temperature is 99.0 degrees or above is sent home.
  • Staff members maintain strict 6ft social distancing policies from each other (and customers whenever possible) at all times.
  • We require any staff members who are exhibiting any symptoms to stay home with no exceptions. Additionally, should a staff member exhibit symptoms, they are not allowed back to work until they have received a negative covid 19 test AND have recovered from their current illness.


With all of this having been said, we will continue to adjust our business practices accordingly so that we are in line with all CDC guidelines. We look forward to a world in which we can all get back to normal, and are glad to do our part in helping the global and local communities to get there.

If you have any questions about any of our policies or practices, please feel free to contact us at any time at concat@focuscorporation.com.