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COVID-19 Restrictions in Larimer County

There are currently no local COVID-19 restrictions for businesses in Larimer County. 

For detailed information, visit our Schools and Childcare page.

  • Schools and child care shall work with their local public health agencies as COVID-19 cases occur. 
  • School districts and childcare centers may set their own policies around mask-wearing and capacities that are stricter than these requirements. 

Information about COVID-19 restrictions in long-term care and assisted living facilities can be found here.

Local businesses are required to report cases of COVID-19 in their employees to the health department. For more information about outbreaks and general guidance for businesses if they were to have a case or exposure in one or more of their employees, please visit our COVID-19 outbreak page.

Sick employees should be encouraged to get tested for COVID-19 either through a local provider or through Larimer County community testing information. 

Mobile Vaccination Clinic Requests

If you're interested in hosting an onsite vaccination clinic for your employees or for the general public at your business or facility, please send a request to the Larimer County Department of Health & Environment. There is no charge, and the Health Department coordinates staffing, logistics, and vaccine supplies. Requests can be submitted here and will be prioritized based on: 

  • The potential for the clinic to reach under-vaccinated populations in Larimer County
  • The business's willingness to partner with the Health Department to promote the clinic to staff and/or the community - creativity encouraged!
  • Vaccine availability (for example, the Pfizer vaccine is the only type of vaccine that 12-17 year olds can get) 
  • The Health Department's staffing capacity and clinic schedules

The state is also offering an on-site Workplace Vaccination Program for employers, unions, and trade associations of any size.