Colorado Gov. Jared Polis said Monday that the state’s measures to reduce the spread of coronavirus have started to show positive results in the state’s data.
The governor spoke Monday next to a chart that displayed when different social distancing measures took effect and when state officials could expect to start seeing the impacts of those measures in their data.
“We have successfully slightly delayed the peak and slowed the spread with the steps we’re taking with bars and restaurants,” Polis said. “As these additional measures roll on, we really, really hope that this has a bigger effect.”