State and local public health agencies request that Coloradans and visitors from other states or countries voluntarily cooperate with isolation and quarantine instructions. State or local public health agencies may issue isolation and quarantine orders in some high-risk situations or if non-compliance is anticipated. If people do not follow the orders, public health agencies can involve law enforcement. If enforcement were to become necessary, the entity that issued the order (the state or local public health agency) could file an enforcement action in state district court asking a judge to enforce the order. The court could also levy fines but, on the whole, public health is more interested in compliance with the terms of the order.