CDPHE's COVID-19 site is moving! On Oct. 3, 2023, COVID-19 content will move to cdphe.colorado.gov/covid-19.

CDPHE's COVID-19 site is moving! On Oct. 3, 2023, COVID-19 content will move to cdphe.colorado.gov/covid-19.

Protect yourself, your family, and your community!

Make a plan to get vaccinated today.

Find a provider near you   Learn more about COVID-19 vaccines   Vaccines for children and teens

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Get vaccinated. 

Coloradans 6 months of age and older are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Symptoms? Get tested. 

If you have COVID-19 symptoms, find a free, quick, and easy testing location near you. 

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Test positive? 

If you have COVID-19, getting treatment fast may help you recover. 

Learn more about COVID-19 treatment

 

 

Long COVID

While most people recover from COVID-19 within four weeks, many people feel sick for longer.

Learn more about long COVID

 

 

1,804,155

cases

 

15,359

deaths due to COVID-19

 

79,524

hospitalizations

 

12,767,649

vaccines administered

 

4,128,826

Coloradans fully immunized

Case data   Vaccine data   Outbreak data

Ver el tablero de datos en Español. 

 What happens next?

Polis Administration Releases “Colorado’s Next Chapter: Our Roadmap to Moving Forward”

Throughout the pandemic, Coloradans saved countless lives by getting tested and vaccinated and following public health protocols. The Polis administration has taken an all-state approach to forge partnerships across sectors to build an aggressive and balanced response that focused on both saving lives while caring for the social, mental, and economic well being of all Coloradans. 

Governor Polis and administration officials outlined “Colorado’s Next Chapter: Our Roadmap to Moving Forward” and discussed the steps the administration believes are necessary to maintain a level of preparedness and agility that will keep Coloradans Safe and healthy — no matter if it is for the next wave of this pandemic or an unknown pandemic in the future.

Learn more about where we go from here   Read Gov. Polis' press release

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Report on Long COVID in Colorado

The first annual report of the Office of Saving People Money on Healthcare on the impacts of Long COVID on the State of Colorado.
 

Read the report                          

 

 

Public health & executive orders

Keep up with the latest public health and executive orders.


 

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Best practices for businesses

These guidelines and tools are meant to ensure that businesses can stay open while also protecting customers and employees.

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Isolation & precautions

Learn more about these important tools for preventing the spread of COVID-19.



 

Do your part to prevent the spread                         

Recent news and updates

May 16, 2023
STATEWIDE (May 16, 2023) — The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is proud to launch  CO-CARES, a new initiative to support health care and public health workers’ pandemic recovery.
May 10, 2023
STATEWIDE (May 10, 2023) — The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment will update the COVID-19 data dashboard at 4 p.m. today to align with the evolving COVID-19 response and reflect the end of the federal public health emergency.
May 10, 2023
STATEWIDE (May 10, 2023) —  As announced in late January, the federal public health emergency declarations for COVID-19 will end on May 11.

COVID-19 Business and Nonprofit Resources

Recovery programs & assistance

 

 

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