If you read our report from Saturday, you know that Montrose County Commissioners rescinded the county-level public health order pertaining to the COVID019 pandemic. 

To be clear, the order doesn't address issues like mask-use, gathering sizes or the risk dial from the state that went on hiatus in early April. 

The order did authorize county management staff to adjust schedules and closures for county business, without separate approval from commissioners. 

Montrose currently has a two-week positivity rate of 1.7 percent,  32 active cases and 26 new cases since April 16, as of Friday. 

How are you feeling on where Montrose stands in the journey back to "normalcy" from the pandemic?