Jeffco’s public health will follow the guiding principles of social distancing follow after the ban earlier on Friday, the Speedway said.
Golden, Colorado. — Bandimere Speedway said late on Friday that the annual 4th of July race and fireworks show will go ahead as planned.
The post Facebook for the Speedway says the Jefferson healthcare will control the guiding principles of social distancing on Saturday at the nationals jet-powered car.
Jeffco’s public health filed an injunction to block the track to violate the orders of County public health with this event. Speedway Facebook post claims temporary injunction will remain in force.
The masks will be optional and participants from different families should practice social distancing, the Speedway said. Facebook post also said that every other row in the stands will be marked as unavailable for the seat.
Due to limitations, the event is sold out, Speedway.
Jefferson County district court judge received a temporary injunction that does not stop the Speedway from hosting Saturday’s events, but requires him to comply with the orders of public health for COVID-19 pandemic.
Emergency motion, despite the fact that the Speedway does not host any gatherings in the open more than 175 people at the place of work; not receiving any events that violated the requirements of social identification, and not taking any event that serves food, in violation of the requirements of the restaurants.
The website 9news reached out to jeffco’s public health for more details on the agreement reached with Speedway for Saturday’s event.
Before the court granted the emergency motion, the communities near Bandimere was preparing for a large crowd on Saturday, after 4-freeway fireworks show July, was only one of three in the region that has not been canceled.
In recent years, the annual Independence Day race and fireworks show Packed the stands. The surrounding community also prepared for people to gather to watch the fireworks over the Speedway.
“There were places where people can go to — Clement Park, Denver of their shows, all the other municipalities did the same,” chief Morrison police Junior George Mumma said the website 9news on Thursday. “… It’s a little alarming in a small town, when we don’t know what to expect.”
Canyon Courier first reported on the temporary injunction.
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