Colorado became the 22nd state to order resident to “Stay At Home.” Governor Jared Polis issued the declaration Wednesday afternoon. It limits the movement of the general population, although residents can still go to grocery stores, pharmacies, banks, parks, and trails. It does limit which business can stay open. That list includes grocery stores, banks, pharmacies, liquor stores, medical marijuana dispensaries, hospitals, gas stations, and restaurants with drive through, curb side or delivery service. The order goes through April 11th.