COVID-19 data

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Case summary snapshot
Cases 1,414,790
Confirmed cases 1,286,007 (90.9%)
Probable cases 128,783 (9.1%)
Variants of concern* 28,204
Total hospitalized 62,565
Counties 64
People tested 4,895,029
Test encounters 17,685,743
Deaths among cases 12,516
Confirmed deaths among cases 11,038 (88.19%)
Probable deaths among cases 1,478 (11.81%)
Deaths due to COVID-19 13,283
Total outbreaks 8,812
*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) 62%
Number of patients currently hospitalized for confirmed COVID-19 116
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 17%
Cases and deaths by county

County Cases Deaths Among Cases** Deaths Due to COVID-19***
Adams 136,559 1313 1564
Alamosa 4,567 62 72
Arapahoe 157,697 1198 1345
Archuleta 2,933 16 *
Baca 857 13 11
Bent 2,562 47 16
Boulder 68,640 368 682
Broomfield 14,125 116 68
Chaffee 4,762 47 39
Cheyenne 322 9 *
Clear Creek 1,606 12 *
Conejos 1,763 54 21
Costilla 709 18 *
Crowley 3,347 30 12
Custer 660 21 *
Delta 6,236 139 110
Denver 178,364 1361 1332
Dolores 367 8 *
Douglas 81,403 433 582
Eagle 16,315 35 18
El Paso 191,248 1694 2058
Elbert 4,895 40 19
Fremont 15,519 188 126
Garfield 15,116 91 86
Gilpin 983 4 *
Grand 3,605 28 11
Gunnison 3,412 14 *
Hinsdale 131 0 *
Huerfano 1,453 35 26
International 129 0 *
Jackson 166 0 *
Jefferson 128,900 1357 1377
Kiowa 336 6 *
Kit Carson 1,620 33 12
La Plata 13,032 86 132
Lake 1,845 2 *
Larimer 81,756 503 710
Las Animas 3,638 43 16
Lincoln 2,198 9 *
Logan 7494 109 84
Mesa 43,177 565 698
Mineral 241 2 *
Moffat 3,067 52 41
Montezuma 6,243 81 33
Montrose 9,413 162 161
Morgan 5,753 138 92
Otero 4,324 130 66
Ouray 887 6 *
Park 2,921 20 *
Phillips 895 19 *
Pitkin 6,681 7 *
Prowers 2,654 51 29
Pueblo 47,827 803 846
Rio Blanco 1,703 13 12
Rio Grande 2,863 46 21
Routt 6,585 25 20
Saguache 1,203 12 *
San Juan 206 0 *
San Miguel 2,324 8 *
Sedgwick 490 10 *
Summit 10,129 14 13
Teller 4,910 57 27
Washington 1,067 28 *
Weld 86,070 702 597
Yuma 1,887 23 16
**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.