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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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424,677

cases

 


2,558,435

people tested


 

Explore the vaccine data.


5,925

 deaths among cases

 

 


3,870

outbreaks
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Latest news and updates

Press release | February 19, 2021

State adds county-level data to vaccine dashboard for increased transparency for Colorado

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) announced that as of 4 p.m. February 19, 2021, the vaccine data dashboard includes county-level vaccine administration data in beta. 

Press release | February 23, 2021

State Vaccine Equity Outreach Team coordinates vaccine clinics statewide

The Vaccine Equity Outreach Team is working to schedule more than 175 vaccine equity clinics across Colorado. 

Press release | February 18, 2021

State health department team looks at air pollution, COVID-19 at the census-tract level in Colorado

Analysis adds more evidence to the association between communities of color, pandemic outcomes.

Press release | February 12, 2021

State-partnered community testing sites to delay opening or to close February 12-15 due to extreme cold

Due to the extreme cold weather expected, 19 state-managed and partnered community testing sites will be closed or have delayed openings between Friday, Feb. 12th and Monday, Feb. 15th.

Executive order | February 23, 2021

Reference number: D 2021 047

Amending and Extending Executive Orders D 2020 235, D 2020 265, D 2020 289, and D 2021 023 Establishing Directives for the COVID-19 Dial Framework

Executive order | February 18, 2021

Reference number: D 2021 046

Extending Executive Orders D 2020 260, D 2020 286, and D 2021 020 Authorizing the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to Order Hospitals and Freestanding Emergency Departments to Transfer or Cease the Admission of Patients to Respond to the Current COVID-19 Disaster Emergency in Colorado

Executive order | February 15, 2021

Reference number: D 2021 045

Extending Executive Orders D 2020 003, D 2020 018, D 2020 032, D 2020 058, D 2020 076, D 2020 109, D2020 125, D 2020 152, D 2020 176, D 2020 205, D 2020 234, D 2020 258, D2020 264, D 2020 268, D 2020 284, D 2020 290, D 2020 296, D 2021 009, D 2021 022, and D 2021 028 Declaring a Disaster Emergency Due to the Presence of Coronavirus Disease 2019 in Colorado

 

 





COVID-19
testing

Symptoms? Get tested right away.
Exposed? Wait seven days to get tested.

 

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Antibody
treatments

Antibody treatments are available for people with mild to moderate COVID-19 and at risk of developing severe COVID-19.

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Advance care
planning

Who would you want to speak for you? Everyone over the age of 18 should have at least a Medical Durable Power of Attorney.

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