La Plata County grinds to a halt after stay-at-home order

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La Plata County grinds to a halt after stay-at-home order

Directive limits travel and services to slow spread of coronavirus
Traffic was almost nonexistent Thursday morning in Durango, the same day Colorado instituted a stay-at-home order to limit the spread of the coronavirus. Durango Police Department is taking an educate-first approach to implementing the order.
Traffic was almost nonexistent Thursday morning in Durango, the same day Colorado instituted a stay-at-home order to limit the spread of the coronavirus. Traffic on U.S. Highway 160 was light, but not dead, said public transit driver Susan Palmer.

La Plata County grinds to a halt after stay-at-home order

Traffic was almost nonexistent Thursday morning in Durango, the same day Colorado instituted a stay-at-home order to limit the spread of the coronavirus. Durango Police Department is taking an educate-first approach to implementing the order.
Traffic was almost nonexistent Thursday morning in Durango, the same day Colorado instituted a stay-at-home order to limit the spread of the coronavirus. Traffic on U.S. Highway 160 was light, but not dead, said public transit driver Susan Palmer.
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