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Are COVID-19 rates dropping in Colorado? See where every county stands – Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-11-30 10:41:32 –

Denver (KDVR) — COVID-19 remains high in Colorado, but there are signs that numbers may decline. It will still take a few days to see if Thanksgiving holidays have affected prices.

As of Monday, the state’s 7-day positive rate was 9%, down slightly from 9.26%. Positive rate measures the amount of COVID positive tests relative to the total amount of tests performed.

The highest positive rate in the state in the last 7 days is Park County, which has a positive rate of 16.9%.

From November 22nd to November 29th Increase was seen in 26 countiese COVID-19 positive, 36 showed a decline in COVID-19 positivity, and two counties performed less than 10 tests in the past week.

according to Colorado Public Health and Environment Department, The incidence is slightly lower than last week.

CDPHE: November 29, 2021

Let’s see Positive rates for all counties over the last 7 days:

Weekly positive rate:

  • Adams: 11.1% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Alamosa: 10.6% (up from previous week)
  • Arapaho: 8.6% (decreased from last week)
  • Archuleta: 12.2% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Stupid: 2.6% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Bent: 3% (up from last week)
  • Boulder: 6.8% (up from the previous week)
  • Bloomfield: 9.6% (up from previous week)
  • Chafy: 4.9% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Cheyenne: 2.1% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Clear Creek: 12.1% (up from the previous week)
  • Conejos: 6.3% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Costilla: 2.3% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Crawley: 5.2% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Custer: 8.7% (up from the previous week)
  • Delta: 9.6% (up from the previous week)
  • Denver: 8% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Dolores: 0% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Douglas: 10.1% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Eagle: 10.5% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Elbert: 9.5% (decreased from the previous week)
  • El Paso: 12% (up from the previous week)
  • Fremont: 7.7% (up from last week)
  • Garfield: 10% (up from last week)
  • Gilpin: 10.4% (up from the previous week)
  • Grand: 8.6% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Gunnison: 7.6% (up from the previous week)
  • Hinsdale: Last week’s test less than 10 times
  • Huerfano: 11.9% (up from the previous week)
  • Jackson: 4.2% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Jefferson: 9.2% (down from last week)
  • Kiowa: 2.3% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Kit Carson: 1.2% (up from last week)
  • Lake: 16.3% (up from the previous week)
  • La Plata: 9.3% (up from the previous week)
  • Larimar: 7.4% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Las Animas: 6% (up from last week)
  • Lincoln: 8.7% (up from last week)
  • Logan: 5.8% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Mesa: 8.3% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Minerals: Less than 10 tests in the last week
  • Moffat: 13.5% (up from the previous week)
  • Montezuma: 14.9% (up from the previous week)
  • Montrose: 12.3% (up from the previous week)
  • Morgan: 11% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Otello: 5.6% (down from last week)
  • Urey: 5.9% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Park: 16.9% (up from the previous week)
  • Philips: 2.1% (down from last week)
  • Pitkin: 8.7% (up from the previous week)
  • Prowards: 7.6% (up from the previous week)
  • Pueblo: 6.5% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Rio Branco: 6% (down from last week)
  • Rio Grande: 6.3% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Route: 5.6% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Sawatchi: 9.7% (decreased from the previous week)
  • San Juan: 15.4% (up from the previous week)
  • San Miguel: 4.1% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Kosofsky: 1.6% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Summit: 8.6% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Teller: 13.2% (up from the previous week)
  • Washington: 6.7% (down from last week)
  • Welding: 10.7% (decreased from the previous week)
  • Yuma: 8.5% (decreased from the previous week)

What is the positive rate?

according to Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, The positive rate sounds exactly like that. Percentage of all coronavirus tests performed that are actually positive, or: (positive test) / (total test) x 100%. Positive rates (sometimes called “positive rates” or “positive rates”) help public health authorities answer questions such as:

  • What is the current level of SARS-CoV-2 (coronavirus) infection in the community?
  • Have you thoroughly tested the number of infected people?

The number of Positive test Is too high, or Total test It’s too low. A high positive rate indicates a high infection rate, and Johns Hopkins shared that the community is likely to have many untested coronaviruses.

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