SAN LUIS VALLEY — Alamosa County will move to Level Green on the COVID-19 Dial effective at 6 a.m. on Wednesday, March 31, removing certain capacity restrictions for restaurants, manufacturing, gyms, offices, indoor seated events, and outdoor events. A complete and current listing of capacity limits and restrictions more information about Dial guidelines can be found at www.slvphp.com.
As of March 31, all six counties in the San Luis Valley will be in Level Green.
While there are no longer state-required occupancy limitations for most settings in Level Green, venues should still ensure there is six feet of distancing between parties, which may still limit some full capacity operations. Physical distancing, along with getting a COVID-19 vaccine, wearing a mask, washing hands frequently, and staying home when you are sick, will protect others and keep the San Luis Valley moving in the right direction.
If you have symptoms of COVID-19, get tested through our regular testing providers:
Rio Grande Hospital 719-657-4990
SLV Health Respiratory Clinic 719-589-3000 ext. 9
Valley-Wide Health Systems 719-589-3658 ext. 4 (M-F), 719-589-2562 (Sa/Su)
There are currently 21 known active cases of COVID-19 in the San Luis Valley. County-specific case counts are listed below.
Alamosa County - 7
Conejos County - 0
Costilla County - 4
Mineral County - 0
Rio Grande County - 3
Saguache County - 7