COVID-19 cases pass 30,000 in Colorado, 149 related hospitalizations confirmed

Denver skyline at dawn. Photo Credit: 4kodiak (iStock).

Here’s a look at the current status of COVID-19 in Colorado, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). This report was updated around 4 PM on Sunday, June 22.

Deaths: 1,647 (1,429 directly related to COVID-19)

Editor’s Note: The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) has now started to differentiate between those that died directly due to COVID-19 and those that died with COVID-19. Read more about that change here.

Current hospitalizations: 149 confirmed + 107 unconfirmed; 256 total

Total hospitalizations: 5,327

Cases: 30,539

People Tested: 280,033

Outbreaks: 330

Found in: 60 of 64 counties

Medical Facilities anticipating staff shortages (within week): 4

Medical Facilities anticipating PPE shortages (within week): 1

Medical Facilities anticipating ICU bed shortages (within week): 0

Critical care ventilators in use: 271/1,095 (25%)


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