Video: Polis Urges Coloradans To Be Careful This Thanksgiving And Not Bring ‘A Loaded Pistol For Grandma’s Head’
Updated 2:19 p.m.
Oregon and New Mexico have issued sweeping two-week lockdowns. Colorado local public health directors have urged something similar for local counties. But in his Friday briefing, Gov. Jared Polis says Colorado can weather this latest COVID-19 surge in cases by relying on people doing what’s right.
Like quarantining before Thanksgiving dinner to protect older family members.
“The more family members that make that decision to self-quarantine, the more likely it is that you’re not really bringing a loaded pistol for grandma’s head,” he said.