Corona Virus Update: March 26th


Colorado coronavirus latest March 26th

statewide stay-at-home order takes effect today

COVID-19, a new form of coronavirus, is in Colorado. We’ll post updates here as we get them.

WHAT TO KNOW RIGHT NOW

  • 1,086 cases in Colorado, 147 hospitalized and 20 deaths. Get the latest from CDPHE.
  • Colorado issued a statewide stay-at-home order beginning Thursday morning that will be in effect until at least April 11.( local orders stay in place and might be more restrictive)
  • Denver issued a stay-at-home order which began Tuesday and runs through at least April 10.
  • Multiple Colorado counties, including Boulder, Larimer, JeffCo, Douglas, Adams, Arapahoe and Broomfield, issued stay-at-home orders that begin Thursday and run through at least April 17.
  • Connect for Health Colorado has added an emergency enrollment period through April 3.
  • The Senate unanimously passed the largest relief bill in U.S. history. The U.S. House must still vote on it.

Thursday, March 26

Vehicle emissions testing requirements suspended

The Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) announced that it is suspending the state’s vehicle emission testing in response to the ongoing COVID-19 response and Governor Polis’ declaration of a statewide stay-at-home order.

The order applies to emissions testing for both gasoline and diesel-powered vehicles.

State officials will soon provide information on extended vehicle registration renewal deadlines through the duration of the closure.

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