Communities In Colorado Show Support And Unity During Stay At Home Order

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Image via Scott Autrey

Banners hung across Larimer Street in Downtown Denver on April 7 2020. Set up to thank healthcare workers and show unity in the city of Denver.

Juana Rocha, Reporter

The state of Colorado has been under a Stay At Home Executive Order that became effective on March 26, 2020, to flatten the curve of COVID-19 cases in our communities. Under this order, Coloradans are to stay home unless it is for activities considered essential. Outdoor activities such as walking, hiking, cross-country skiing, and running, are considered essential. Community members are taking the opportunity to show support and unity across the Denver Metro area as we all do our part to flatten the curve.