This past week, the Governor’s Office provided more guidance regarding the Safer at Home phase of coronavirus mitigation that will slowly become our new statewide reality after April 27. We’ve attached some graphics from the state for more information.
After scientific modeling and analysis of how the stay-at-home efforts of all Coloradans have impacted the spread of the virus, new guidance is beginning to roll out from the state.
Governor Polis released an executive order yesterday evening requiring employees of Colorado’s critical businesses to wear a cloth cover* or medical mask over their nose and mouth while at work.
FLC has joined the MakerLab at Durango’s Powerhouse Science Center's civic task force of more than 100 volunteers to design and produce protective equipment for local medical professionals.
Local public health officials issued recommendations for individuals to use face coverings when leaving the home for essential travel to the grocery store, doctor, or pharmacy.
As necessary precautions are being taken at the College in response to the coronavirus, many students are suddenly facing a different set of challenges, including the inability to secure housing, afford basic needs, find access to resources for online learning, and more. The Skyhawk Emergency Fund is filling those gaps.
Even though we’re not together, our community is still connected. In this historic moment, FLC staff, faculty, administration, and their children and pets welcome our students back for an unforgettable end to the Spring 2020 term.