Increases in COVID-19 infections & hospitalizations over last few months put Colorado in a fifth wave -– but infections are slowing
DENVER (September 17, 2021) — Today, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) updated its data dashboard to include a daily snapshot of vaccination status of patients currently hospitalized with COVID-19.
Denver, (September 10, 2021): The state is proud to announce that 75% of eligible Coloradans ages 12 and older have received at least one dose of the life-saving COVID-19 vaccine. Colorado passed this milestone Friday morning. Vaccinations are the most effective way to protect yourself from COVID-19 and its variants, and it is the key to ending the crisis caused by the pandemic.
Colorado Comeback Cash Walmart gift card incentives to end September 14 or while supplies last; vaccines continue to be free with no ID or insurance required
CDPHE asks Coloradans to cooperate with local public health agencies, as the leads of contact tracing
Statewide, (Sept. 8, 2021): As the delta variant spreads, contact tracing continues to be critical. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment asks Coloradans to participate in contact tracing with local public health agencies, which may call or email you after you test positive for the virus or are exposed to someone while they are infectious. Local public health agencies play a central role in contact tracing, getting information for people who have tested positive for the virus, and tracing and informing others who may have been exposed.
STATEWIDE, (Aug. 31, 2021): The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) has extended public health order 20-38 to expire on October 1, 2021.