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 Wednesday, July 22.
People Tested: 462,275; Roughly 8 percent of the state's 5.7M population
Confirmed cases: 41,698; 9% of tested
Total hospitalizations: 6,133; 14.7% of all confirmed cases
Deaths: 1,771 (1,643 directly related to COVID-19); 3.9% of all confirmed cases
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: 247 confirmed + 126 unconfirmed; 373 total
Found in: 63 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: 319/1,153 (27.7%)