COVID-19 data

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Due to an Electronic Lab Reporting (ELR) processing issue, CDPHE did not update the data dashboard on Thursday, August 11, 2022. The regular 4 p.m. update on Friday, August 12, 2022 includes data for the two previous days.

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Case summary snapshot
Cases 1,613,443
Confirmed cases 1,461,144 (90.56%)
Probable cases 152,299 (9.44%)
Variants of concern 28126
Total hospitalized 67,088
Counties 64
People tested 5,054,039
Test encounters 19,613,547
Deaths among cases 13,078
Confirmed deaths among cases 11,528 (88.15%)
Probable deaths among cases 1,550 (11.85%)
Deaths due to COVID-19 13,774
Total outbreaks 9,581
*Variants of concern - a variant that may spread easier, cause more severe disease, reduce the effectiveness of treatments or vaccine, or is harder to detect using current tests. As of June 28, 2021, B.1.427 and B.1.429 are no longer variants of concern and will not be included in Variants of concern after 7/6/2021. As of September 21,2021, B.1.1.7, B.1.351, and P.1 are no longer variants of concern and will not be included in variants of concern after 10/5/2021.

- Variants being monitored - includes variants with substitutions of concern, previously designated Variants of Interest (VOIs) or Variants of Concern (VOCs), that are no longer detected or are circulating at very low levels in the United States, and as such, do not pose a significant or imminent risk to public health in the United States. Counts by county available in the CDPHE Open Data Portal.

- The variant cases identified above are based on a small sampling of positive COVID-19 tests and do not represent the total number of variant cases that may be circulating in Colorado.
Hospital data snapshot
Percent of facilities updating (within 24 hours) 66%
Number of patients currently hospitalized for confirmed COVID-19 243
Number of facilities anticipating staff shortages (within the next week) 39%
Number of facilities anticipating shortages of personal protective equipment (within the next week) 1%
Facilities anticipating ICU bed shortages in the next week 14%
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Cases and deaths by county
County Cases Deaths Among Cases** Deaths Due to COVID-19***
Adams 154000 1364 1585
Alamosa 5242 62 73
Arapahoe 181273 1258 1386
Archuleta 3208 17 *
Baca 926 14 12
Bent 2702 47 16
Boulder 81944 390 710
Broomfield 16683 122 70
Chaffee 5284 52 40
Cheyenne 348 9 *
Clear Creek 1815 12 *
Conejos 2081 57 23
Costilla 846 19 *
Crowley 3448 31 13
Custer 761 22 *
Delta 6700 144 113
Denver 206295 1421 1370
Dolores 383 8 *
Douglas 93335 459 595
Eagle 17837 37 18
El Paso 216140 1774 2100
Elbert 5433 43 19
Fremont 17041 193 129
Garfield 16805 97 89
Gilpin 1104 5 *
Grand 3828 28 11
Gunnison 3719 14 *
Hinsdale 148 0 *
Huerfano 1644 38 27
International 147 0 *
Jackson 192 0 *
Jefferson 147873 1426 1413
Kiowa 355 6 *
Kit Carson 1748 33 13
La Plata 14499 90 133
Lake 2077 2 *
Larimer 97041 541 739
Las Animas 3918 45 17
Lincoln 2314 10 *
Logan 8022 113 87
Mesa 47142 597 728
Mineral 282 3 *
Moffat 3351 53 42
Montezuma 6809 83 33
Montrose 10372 170 171
Morgan 6335 138 92
Otero 4809 132 67
Ouray 1035 6 *
Park 3250 22 *
Phillips 962 19 10
Pitkin 7646 8 *
Prowers 2820 51 29
Pueblo 54885 828 858
Rio Blanco 1969 13 12
Rio Grande 3250 46 21
Routt 7352 29 24
Saguache 1375 12 *
San Juan 294 0 *
San Miguel 2568 8 *
Sedgwick 516 10 *
Summit 11357 14 13
Teller 5500 59 28
Washington 1124 29 *
Weld 97156 719 605
Yuma 2125 26 18
**Deaths among cases based on county of residence. ***Deaths due to COVID-19 based on county where death occurred. Counts of fewer than 10 are suppressed by the CDC in these published data
*Suppressed values
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The omicron variant has rapidly replaced the delta variant in Colorado and the U.S. At this time nearly all new cases can be attributed to omicron. With the current large volume of cases, statewide sentinel surveillance data provides the most reliable picture of variant transmission.