Mesa County Drops COVID-19 Restrictions

On Friday, April 16, Mesa County will drop all county restrictions related to COVID-19, per approval by the county commissioners. State and federal regulations are still in play. Individual businesses, particularly national chains, may also have additional...

COVID-19 Vaccines Open for All Coloradoans

Governor Polis announced today that Colorado will open up vaccine eligibility on Friday, April 2, to the general public, meaning any Coloradan over the age of 16 will be eligible to get a vaccine. Visit the Mesa County Public Health Site for more information and to...

State to Ease Restrictions, Mask Mandate

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has released a draft plan for a new version of its COVID-19 dial, “Dial 3.0,” and is asking for public feedback on the proposed changes, which will take effect — with possible modifications — Wednesday, March...

Mesa County Moves to Level Blue: Caution

As of March 14, Mesa County has moved down to Level Blue: Caution on the Colorado COVID-19 Dial, which further lessens restrictions on businesses and public gatherings. See the level differences here. See the Mesa County COVID-19 dashboard for the latest numbers...