Defiant Colorado restaurants could lose licenses, Gov. Polis says


Jared Pola, says restaurants that defy state health orders could lose their license to operate. Early Hucles of member station, Kunc reports. The warning comes after some businesses signed a letter protest in Corona virus restrictions. Governor Polish made his comments as many counties have been moved up to level red, the second highest level of coronavirus restrictions. Restaurants in those counties have been forced to halt indoor dining in northern Colorado. Many businesses have signed a letter stating they will continue operating at full indoor capacity despite the restrictions. Counties involved are concerned that the small businesses won't make it through another shutdown. Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is now requesting public input for a business. Best practice certification program for coronavirus safety to help keep businesses open for NPR

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