Breakdown of the COVID-19 virus in Colorado

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) This article is intended to give a breakdown of the virus throughout the state of Colorado. For a worldwide and country by country breakdown, click here.
COLORADO BREAKDOWN:

Confirmed cases: 24,269 (24,174 yesterday)
Patients being hospitalized: 4,128 (4,119 yesterday)
Number of counties: 60
Number of people tested: 153,683 (150,308 yesterday)
Number of deaths confirmed: 1,333 (1,332 yesterday)

CASES BY COUNTY:
Adams: 2,908
Alamosa: 58
Arapahoe: 4,075
Archuleta: 8
Baca: 12
Bent: 2
Boulder: 932
Broomfield: 221
Chaffee: 71
Cheyenne: 5
Clear Creek: 16
Conejos: 1
Costilla: 3
Crowley: 63
Custer: 2
Delta: 67
Denver: 5,216
Douglas: 678
Eagle: 577
El Paso: 1,535
Elbert: 49
Fremont: 26
Garfield: 123
Gilpin: 3
Grand: 7
Gunnison: 179
Hinsdale: 3
Huerfano: 3
Jefferson: 2,061
Kit Carson: 26
La Plata: 77
Lake: 27
Larimer: 540
Las Animas: 5
Lincoln: 3
Logan: 582
Mesa: 55
Mineral: 2
Moffat: 6
Montezuma: 36
Montrose: 159
Morgan: 609
Otero: 15
Ouray: 8
Park: 23
Phillips: 12
Pitkin: 57
Prowers: 12
Pueblo: 263
Rio Blanco: 1
Rio Grande: 16
Routt: 59
Saguache: 36
San Juan: 1
San Miguel: 23
Summit: 205
Teller: 32
Washington: 32
Weld: 2,412
Yuma: 18
International: 13

Unknown/ Pending: 125

DEATHS BY COUNTY:
- Adams: 112
- Alamosa: 2
- Arapahoe: 280
- Boulder: 61
- Broomfield: 25
- Chaffee: 19
- Clear Creek: 1
- Crowley: 1
- Delta: 1
- Denver: 298
- Douglas: 44
- Eagle: 8
- El Paso: 89
- Elbert: 2
- Garfield: 2
- Gunnison: 6
- Jefferson: 146
- Kit Carson: 3
- La Plata: 1
- Larimer: 21
- Logan: 3
- Montezuma: 3
- Montrose: 12
- Morgan: 41
- Otero: 1
- Ouray: 1
- Pitkin: 2
- Pueblo: 14
- Routt: 6
- Summit: 2
- Teller: 2
- Weld: 124

Symptoms of COVID-19
- Cough
- Fever
- Shortness of breath
- New loss of taste or smell
- Muscle pain
- Sore throat
- Headache
- Repeated shaking with chills

We will update this article daily.

To help stop the spread of illnesses, the CDC recommends people stay home when they are sick, and avoid contact with others who might be sick. They also encourage people to wash their hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.

If you believe you have symptoms or might have been exposed, call your health care provider for guidance about being tested.

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says the best thing people can do is stay informed and take everyday actions to protect themselves and their family.

If you have questions about COVID-19, you can call CO HELP at 303-389-1687 or 1-877-462-2911.

You can also visit the state public health web page at https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/2019-novel-coronavirus or the CDC's website at.https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html



 
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