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Pueblo County health officials announced on Tuesday the death of one Pueblo County resident related to COVID-19 bringing the total number of Pueblo County deaths to 16. The death was a 74-year-old female. Since Saturday there have been 24 new cases of the virus.

Pueblo County has a total of 272 cases.

On Monday Governor Jared Polis announced dates for changes to restaurants. Restaurants were allowed to re-open on Wednesday subject to state guidelines. As part of the guidelines, diners will have more space between tables and more opportunities to eat outside where that is possible.

In-person dining will be able to open at 50% capacity but not exceed 50 people whichever is less. Bars will remain closed.

Effective Monday (May 25), private campsites were allowed to be open. Executive Order D 2020-049, which closed ski resorts has expired. Ski resorts may work to secure approval from their local authorities in order to open.

Pueblo Mayor Nick Gradisar will proclaim this coming Friday as “2020 Graduates Day” in the City of Pueblo. Gradisar recognizes how difficult graduation time is this year for students and their parents.

“What I would want today’s graduates to know is that while high school had ended, this is a time for a new beginning for them. There is a new slate for them to write on and it is time to get serious,” Gradisar said.

On May 21, 2020, Comptroller of the Currency Joseph M. Otting announced he would be stepping down from office May 29. Pueblo native Brian P. Brooks will assume the position of Acting Comptroller as Otting steps down. Three generations of the Brooks family are from Pueblo.

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