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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. 

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COVID-19 | October 27, 2020

State updates Safer at Home public health order, provides greater flexibility for gyms

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) updated the Safer at Home public health order tonight. The order provides greater flexibility to gyms located in counties in Safer at Home level 3.

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COVID-19 | October 27, 2020

Several counties moving to stricter levels on Colorado's COVID dial to protect their residents

After two weeks of growing cases and mounting pressure on the health care system, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) announced several Colorado counties are moving to stricter levels on the state’s COVID-19 dial.

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COVID-19 | October 26, 2020

FREE COVID community testing site now open in Canon City for Fremont County residents and neighboring counties

Fremont County Department of Public Health and Environment is providing a FREE COVID drive-through community testing site in Canon City.

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COVID-19 | October 24, 2020

Public health to add over 16,000 test encounters to October daily summaries

CDPHE added an additional 16,000 test encounters to the October data over the weekend. The additional tests include an additional 1,540 positive cases.

COVID-19 | October 26, 2020

Young and carefree with no joy for food

"My symptoms were mild but still very unpleasant. I am lucky that I didn’t experience more severe symptoms like shortness of breath. But I want to be absolutely clear that losing two of your five senses is still awful. For almost three months, everything tasted like bland potatoes. At the time, the loss of taste and smell wasn’t a known COVID-19 symptom."

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COVID-19 | October 23, 2020

Declining transmission control in the Colorado SARS-CoV-2 model and rapidly increasing hospitalizations signal Colorado is at a critical moment in the COVID-19 pandemic

Recent data from a new modeling report shows hospitalizations from SARS-CoV-2 are increasing rapidly across the state. If Colorado remains on the current trajectory, we will likely exceed 900 hospitalizations for COVID-19 in one day by mid-November.

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COVID-19 | October 23, 2020

Personal gatherings limited to ten people, no more than two households

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) today advises Coloradans to limit personal gatherings to no more than 10 people from no more than two separate households. The limit on personal gatherings is in response to an alarming increase in hospitalizations due to COVID-19.












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