Over 30 of Colorado's 64 counties are permitted 100 percent indoor capacity, with some guidelines still in place, CBS4 reports. Colorado's COVID Dial 3.0 has 33 counties in Level Green, or 'Protect Our Neighbors.'

CBS4 said that there is an update to the dial that allows full capacity indoors, but parties are still restricted to no more than ten people, and those groups must be separated from each other by at least six feet.

Right now, Larimer and Weld County are Level Yellow, but have Level Blue business variances. Level Blue counties that have those variances, however, can also have 100 percent capacity. Colorado has no counties in Level Purple or Level Red, but Pitkin County and Summit County are in Level Orange, or 'High Risk.'

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According to the state's COVID Dial, in Level Green, there are no state capacity regulations, but local restrictions may still be in place.

The counties below are currently Level Green:

  1. Alamosa
  2. Baca
  3. Bent
  4. Cheyenne
  5. Conejos
  6. Costilla
  7. Crowley
  8. Custer
  9. Delta
  10. Dolores
  11. Gilpin
  12. Gunnison
  13. Hinsdale
  14. Huerfano
  15. Jackson
  16. Kiowa
  17. Kit Carson
  18. Lincoln
  19. Logan
  20. Mineral
  21. Moffat
  22. Montrose
  23. Otero
  24. Ouray
  25. Phillips
  26. Prowers
  27. Rio Blanco
  28. Rio Grande
  29. Saguache
  30. San Juan
  31. Sedgwick
  32. Washington
  33. Yuma

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