In the most recent update from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), it has been reported that 912 cases of COVID-19 have been detected in Colorado. This is an additional of 192 cases compared to the day before. Yesterday, there were 129 more cases than were reported the day before. The day before that, 116 new cases were reported.

Throughout the state, 84 individuals are hospitalized and 11 COVID-19-related deaths have occurred, with four added to that list in the latest report. There have been 7,701 people tested, with the virus found in 35 of Colorado’s 64 counties. The report also made a point to mention that 7 outbreaks had occurred in residential and non-hospital care facilities. Note that CDPHE updates are reported a day late.

Gunnison, Eagle, and Pitkin counties have the highest rate of infection, with 232.8, 174.8, and 100.4 cases per 100,000 residents, respectively.

The reported cases are distributed among age groups below:

  • 0-9: 1% (11)
  • 10-19: 3% (23)
  • 20-29: 14% (122)
  • 30-39: 17% (166; 9 hospitalized)
  • 40-49: 20% (185; 10 hospitalized)
  • 50-59: 16% (166; 18 hospitalized, 1 death)
  • 60-69: 14% (147; 20 hospitalized, 2 deaths)
  • 70-79: 11% (117; 20 hospitalized, 6 deaths)
  • 80+: 5% (55; 7 hospitalized, 2 deaths)

Below you’ll find how many cases are in each county:

  • Adams: 27
  • Arapahoe: 69
  • Boulder: 49
  • Broomfield: 5
  • Chaffee: 3
  • Clear Creek: 3
  • Crowley: 1
  • Delta: 1
  • Denver: 176
  • Douglas: 53
  • Eagle: 96
  • El Paso: 106
  • Elbert: 3
  • Fremont: 1
  • Garfield: 10
  • Grand: 2
  • Gunnison: 40
  • Hinsdale: 1
  • Huerfano: 1
  • Jefferson: 73
  • La Plata: 1
  • Larimer: 43
  • Logan: 2
  • Mesa: 5
  • Montrose: 3
  • Morgan: 3
  • Park: 1
  • Pitkin: 18
  • Pueblo: 3
  • Routt: 4
  • San Miguel: 1
  • Summit: 10
  • Teller: 3
  • Weld: 76
  • Yuma: 1
  • Unknown or pending: 5

Male residents of Colorado have accounted for 452 cases and female residents have accounted for 460.

One of the deaths counted today occurred in Gunnison County more than a week ago, with officials just now able to confirm that it was COVID-19 related. This was the first death in Colorado in the 50-59 age range.

As the state continues to buckle down to stop the spread of COVID-19, some cities are ordering residents to ‘stay-at-home,’ including Denver and Boulder. The mayor of Colorado Springs does not expect his city to follow unless ordered by a state mandate.

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