Employment and Labor Laws

Colorado

Colorado Coronavirus Laws and Rules

HELP Rule

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HELP Rule

The Health Emergency Leave with Pay (HELP) rule requires employers to provide up to four days of paid sick leave to employees (A) with flu-like symptoms and (B) who are being tested for COVID-19 if the employers operate in the industries of:

  • leisure and hospitality,
  • food services,
  • child care,
  • education at all levels (including related services, including but not limited to cafeterias and transportation to, from, and on campuses),
  • home health care (working with elderly, disabled, ill, or otherwise high-risk individuals),
  • operating a nursing home, or
  • operating a community living facility.

Additional rules apply.


Public Health Order 20-22

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Public Health Order 20-22

Orders the closures of bars, restaurants, gyms, theaters, casinos, nonessential personal services facilities and horse track and off-track betting facilities.


Public Health Order 20-24

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Public Health Order 20-24

Stay at home order.


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