Virus Outbreak Colorado

Visitors wear face coverings while ambling around, Monday, July 27, 2020, in the Mountain tourist town of Georgetown.

Colorado's seven-day average of coronavirus cases hit an all-time high on Sunday, besting the previous peak, seen in late April, by more than 50.

The state's average hit nearly 600 cases Sunday, up from 461 the week prior. It's now more than double what it was on June 7, when it began its latest ascent.

Deaths, however, are low, sitting around one per day for the past several days.

This is a developing story and will be updated.

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(1) comment

smokeygrits50

1 death per day, sounds good to me. Death rate still at .0003%

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