COVID-19 data

27,060

Cases

4,443

Hospitalized

60

Counties

194,697

People tested

292

Outbreaks

1,494

deaths among cases

1,228

deaths due to COVID-19

Last update: June 3, 2020, 4 p.m.

This summary only includes data through June 2 and does not reflect cases since then. Additionally, the number of deaths due to COVID-19 includes data through Saturday, May 30, and does not reflect cases since then. 

 

 

Cases & deaths by county

County Positive cases Deaths
Adams 3,379 127
Alamosa 84 2
Arapahoe 4,496 320
Archuleta 8  
Baca 12  
Bent 2  
Boulder 995 67
Broomfield 245 27
Chaffee 76 20
Cheyenne 5  
Clear Creek 17 1
Conejos 2  
Costilla 6  
Crowley 64 1
Custer 2  
Delta 72 1
Denver 5,917 334
Douglas 733 46
Eagle 599 8
El Paso 1,778 96
Elbert 53 2
Fremont 26  
Garfield 150 2
Gilpin 4  
Grand 15  
Gunnison 178 6
Hinsdale 3  
Huerfano 3  
Jefferson 2,294 172
Kit Carson 26 3
La Plata 82 1
Lake 32  
Larimer 606 28
Las Animas 5  
Lincoln 3  
Logan 621 4
Mesa 56  
Mineral 2  
Moffat 8  
Montezuma 46 3
Montrose 181 12
Morgan 635 45
Otero 20 1
Ouray 8 1
Park 23  
Philips 14  
Pitkin 59 2
Prowers 15  
Pueblo 300 18
Rio Blanco 1  
Rio Grande 36  
Routt 62 6
Saguache 90 1
San Juan 1  
San Miguel 24  
Summit 237 2
Teller 33 2
Washington 41  
Weld 2,521 133
Yuma 40  
International 14  
Total 27,060 1,494

People who tested positive for COVID-19 in Colorado while visiting are included in the county where they were identified
(Updated June 3, 2020, 4 p.m.)

Hospital data

The number of patients admitted or discharged/transferred, the number of ventilators in use, and anticipated staff or PPE shortages are reported by hospitals across the state, and is made possible through a partnership with the Colorado Hospital Association (CHA).

Incidence & epidemic curve

The two-week cumulative incidence rate looks at recent incidence to capture the potential burden of currently ill people who may be infectious and/or currently accessing healthcare. The current epidemic curve provides a more detailed view into the burden of illness and the trajectory of new illnesses. For regions with greater than five cases in the past two weeks, a smoothing trend line was fit to three-day moving average incidence by date reported to the state. 

Outbreak data

Outbreak data includes all confirmed outbreaks of COVID-19 in Colorado. Outbreaks are reported in health care settings, correctional settings, and other settings such as factories.

Surveillance data

COVID-19 related symptoms as a percentage of all Emergency Department (ED) visit are calculated from visit counts meeting the CDC's case definition, by searching 'fever and cough or shortness of breath, or difficulty breathing, or the presence of coronavirus diagnosis code' in the chief complaint and triage notes.