Over the last month, we have been working with the Governor’s office, state departments, and municipalities to get ready for winter. With outdoor dining options becoming less tenable in colder months and indoor capacities being severely limited, we know it is going to be a difficult couple of months for restaurants.
This week, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment released information about what will qualify as an indoor structure vs. an outdoor structure. This is important information as the definition of indoor or outdoor will determine what capacity limits would apply to that structure. You can read the full document here. The factor used to determine indoor or outdoor was ventilation. Here is a summary of what is considered indoor and outdoor:
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