Ever since the quarantine shutdown businesses, recreational marijuana delivery has been widely available across the Denver metropolitan area.
Denver has had legal recreational cannabis for almost 10 years.
Many businesses only recently started delivering, because of the quarantine and low number of people allowed in the store at one time. I was one of the first drivers hired to work at a recreational marijuana delivery service in the Denver metropolitan area. I started working at the shop in the middle of January. The weather was extremely cold and we had a light snowfall on the first weekend that I worked. Light snow started to fall around 7 PM. It was already dark at that time. The city of Denver was covered in a number of thick clouds. When the light snow started falling, I turned on the heat inside of my car. It kept ice from accumulating on the windows and the doors. Shortly after 9, I had a delivery about six blocks away from the store. I expected to be in and out of the apartment in a few minutes, but I fell down the stairs after slipping on some ice. I banged my leg badly and I had a huge gas on the left side from hitting a metal pole. I had to contact the dispensary and I told my boss that I was not going to be able to finish with the deliveries. I had to go to the emergency room to have a doctor look at the damage. I ended up receiving 13 stitches in my leg and I had to complete a round of tetanus.