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COVID-19 data

See the data trends for all 64 of Colorado's counties

Colorado’s dial framework standardizes different levels of “openness” at the county level. It is a tool for counties to use to make life during the pandemic more sustainable, allowing us to balance, to the greatest extent possible, controlling the virus with our social and economic needs. 

Find your county's level                

Learn about the dial framework


86,374

cases


1,089,442

people tested


2,180

 deaths among cases

 

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2,051

deaths due to COVID-19


955

outbreaks
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 Press release 

Colorado submits COVID-19 vaccine plan to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

CDPHE submitted its COVID-19 Vaccination Plan to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for review and feedback today. Read the press release and full plan

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Guidance

State seeks feedback on guidance for ski areas and resorts

CDPHE released draft ski guidance. The guidelines draw from existing and well-known COVID-19 guidelines for industries, establish some new baseline standards to create common expectations for mountain-specific activities, and support the local planning and implementation of area-specific plans critical to success. 

Read the draft guidance for ski areas.

 Press release 

New COVID-19 modeling report shows increased hospitalizations, potential holiday bump in cases

If Colorado remains on the current trajectory of its epidemic curve, state epidemiologists predict continued growth in cases and increased demand on hospitals.

 Guidance 

Halloween tips and tricks

Celebrating Halloween is a cherished fall tradition for many people across Colorado, and during the COVID-19 pandemic, there are ways to minimize the risk of catching or spreading the virus while still having fun. 

 

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Update

Updated guidance for cases and outbreaks in child care and schools

The state updated guidance for detecting, reporting, and responding to cases of COVID-19 as well as outbreaks of COVID-19 among students and staff in child care and schools. Provide feedback on this form.

(Guidance goes into effect Monday, Oct. 5)

 Guidance 

State releases guidance for outdoor structures for restaurants and events

This new guidance will help restaurants safely accommodate customers outdoors in the upcoming colder months using  temporary structures or pop-up structures.

 

 

 

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