Masks or vaccinations will be required in most indoor settings in Denver starting Wednesday and lasting through Jan. 3.
DENVER — Masks will be required in most indoor settings in Denver starting Wednesday, Denver city leaders announced.
The requirement is part of a regional approach after new mask mandates were put in the place in other metro area counties earlier this week. Mayor Michael Hancock said Tuesday Denver’s policy would be best described as a “mask or vaccine” policy. He said businesses will be required to enforce a vaccine passport policy, where patrons must show proof of vaccination or require face coverings. It applies to those age 2 and up.
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