Some United States officials are encouraged that stay-at-home orders are helping to slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Colorado will receive $16.7 million to help defray the cost of slowing the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis has extended stay-at-home orders to April 26 to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
The Colorado Supreme Court ruled that the state's General Assembly doesn't have to meet for consecutive days during the 2020 legislative session.
Social distancing measures implemented to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus have been extended through the end of April in the United States.
President Donald Trump approved a disaster declaration request for Colorado on Saturday, freeing up federal resources for the state.
Colorado now joins California, New York, Washington, and several other states and territories in receiving disaster declarations.
"Federal funding is available to State, tribal, and eligible local governments and certain private nonprofit organizations for emergency protective measures, including direct Federal assistance, for all areas in the State of Colorado impacted by COVID-19," a White House press release said.
Over the past two weeks, more than 100 million Americans have woken up to a strange world in which the government shuttered many businesses.
President Donald Trump signed a $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill Friday just hours after it passed in the House, making law out of a package that will send billions of dollars directly to Americans and provide hundreds of billions more for businesses, health care systems and others impacted by the pandemic that has crippled the economy.
It is by far the largest relief package in the nation's history.
Colorado's share of a proposed $2 trillion stimulus package could be over $2 billion.
Some Colorado Republican lawmakers are questioning the implementation of a stay at home order issued by a local public health agency.