Just hours after issuing a citywide order for Denver residents to stay at home, which included a temporary shutdown of liquor stores and recreational marijuana dispensaries to limit the spread of coronavirus, Hancock reversed the decision.

Originally slated to close at 5 p.m. on March 24, along with dozens of other retail operations deemed non-essential by the city, recreational dispensaries and liquor stores in Denver may now remain open “with extreme physical distancing in place.”

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