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According to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, more than 566,000 people are COVID-19 positive in Colorado and more than 32,300 are hospitalized as of Monday afternoon.
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click here Up-to-date information on the number of cases, age, gender, presumed positive, uncertain, and confirmed case locations from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Below, we’re updating this blog with the latest information about COVID-19 in Colorado.
Monday, July 19
4pm | Latest Colorado COVID-19 Data
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment stopped updating COVID-19 data over the weekend and is investigating changes in Colorado. Coronavirus cases and hospitalizations Throughout this weekend.
32,372 hospitalized (+45)
64 counties (+0)
3,229,007 people tested (+8,669)
9,292,326 test encounters (+35,140)
6,886 deaths between cases (+10)
7,116 deaths from COVID-19 (+9)
5,546 outbreaks (+2)
The latest hospital data showed 318 beds used by confirmed or suspected COVID-19 patients — no change from Thursday’s data published on Friday. Colorado’s 7-day average positive rate was 3.63%, up from last week. The state’s goal is to stay below 5%.
As of Monday, 3,304,404 people have been vaccinated at least once and 3,038,461 have been fully vaccinated.
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