Information on the Outbreak of COVID-19
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is working closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), our Local Public Health Agencies (LPHA) and our communities to provide updated information about COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019).


The latest


State seeks input on draft restaurant guidelines

The state of Colorado has drafted proposed guidelines for use when it is safe to start easing COVID-19 related safety restrictions for restaurants. This draft is being shared for stakeholder input through Friday, May 22. Please submit your comments using this form.

Versión en español: Borrador con las directrices propuestas para restaurantes | Formulario en línea


Well-child check-ups are as important as ever

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many things. But one thing is still the same... children need their check-ups and vaccinations. 


Campgrounds at Colorado state parks

Campgrounds are opening at most state parks and State Wildlife Areas beginning Tuesday, May 12. Please see our guidance on what to expect at campsites and how to keep yourself and others safe from COVID-19. 


Why it's an important time to stay vigilant to signs of violence

If your job involves regularly helping customers, right now is a critical time to be watching out for signs that a customer may be experiencing violence.





 COVID-19 & Racism 

Viruses don't discriminate and neither should we.



Telehealth response in Colorado

Colorado urgently needs medical professionals and administrators to donate their time to provide free telehealth visits. This work will be performed entirely from home, primarily via telephone and/or video calls. Callers will provide their symptoms over the phone, and those who need medical attention will be triaged to a queue for telephone-based care. 

Volunteer     Learn more about telehealth 


Symptom tracker

Feeling sick? Have a fever or cough? Report your symptoms to our symptom tracker to help public health slow the spread of COVID-19.


 Report your symptoms  
Read our FAQ
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2-1-1 Colorado

2-1-1 is a confidential and multilingual service connecting people to vital resources across the state. No matter where you live in Colorado, you can find information about resources in your local community.

 Call 2-11 or (866) 760-6489     

 Text your ZIP CODE to 898-211



Colorado’s call line for general questions about COVID-19, provides answers in many languages including English, Spanish (Español), Mandarin (普通话) and more. CO-HELP operators cannot recommend whether or where you get tested, provide medical advice or help you with your prescriptions. They cannot provide testing results. They cannot clear you to go to work. If you are seeking help for anything other than general questions, please try telehealth or health care provider.

 Call 303-389-1687 or (877)-462-2911








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deaths due to COVID-19

Last update: May 25, 2020 | 4:05 p.m.

This summary only includes data through May 24 and does not reflect cases since then. Additionally, the number of deaths due to COVID-19 includes data through Saturday, May 23, and does not reflect cases since then. 



Help Colorado Now

Colorado is looking for volunteers and donations to help at-risk individuals across our state get through the COVID-19 crisis.



Donate supplies

There is a critical need for supplies such as masks and gloves.




Every dollar will go to helping your neighbors and saving lives in Colorado.







Become a volunteer or health care worker staffer.






May 22, 2020
State officials, today ahead of Memorial Day Weekend, ask Coloradans to continue to follow orders to slow and limit transmission of COVID-19.
May 21, 2020
FORT COLLINS (May 21, 2020):  As part of the state’s plan to expand testing in long-term care facilities, scientists from Colorado State University (CSU) will conduct COVID-19 testing of workers and residents in up to 30 skilled nursing facilities in Colorado. Each facility will receive eight consecutive weeks of testing.
May 20, 2020
DENVER (May 20, 2020): The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) encourages parents and guardians to keep up with well-child checkups and contact a health care provider when their child is ill, especially if they may have been exposed to COVID-19.