There appeared to be *slightly* more traffic in Denver today than a month ago
Denver’s stay-at-home order is very much still intact. Colorado’s isn’t.
While Denver continues to hunker down through at least May 8, the last day of the city’s stay-at-home orders, Colorado’s “safer-at-home” started today. They’re meant to ease the state out of the strict guidelines Denver, Colorado’s largest city and a hot spot of COVID-19, is still abiding by to avoid spreading the disease caused by the new coronavirus. In places not Denver, life will be a little more normal.
So, yes, technically Denverites should still be at home, leaving only for essentials. But we still wondered what this morning’s traffic situation would be like.
CPR visuals editor Hart Van Denburg returned to two typically busy roads in Denver this morning, more than a month after he captured them on March 23, the first day of the city’s stay-at-home order.