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Limiting the contact a group of students has is working well at the elementary level, but high schools have been unable or unwilling to create cohorts as envisioned by state public health officials. The health department’s school reopening guidance doesn’t specify the optimal number of students that should constitute a cohort,
The Colorado Rapids have had eight additional club members, including one player, test positive for COVID-19, the club confirmed on Monday.
The number of people currently hospitalized is 148, and the state's seven-day moving, average positivity rate is 2.66%.
As the coronavirus pandemic has spread rapidly across Colorado over the past few months, there was a county on the Eastern Plains that hadn't reported a single case. That changed last week. On Sept. 22,
Coronavirus news and updates from Colorado Springs, the Pikes Peak region, and elsewhere in Colorado and the U.S.
The state has seen a surge of coronavirus cases over the past several weeks, public health officials confirmed.
At least one positive COVID-19 case has been reported in each of Colorado’s 64 counties, according to data published Thursday by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Nearly 80 percent of recent coronavirus cases in the city were affiliated with students at the University of Colorado-Boulder.
"Anything that could have gone wrong has gone wrong this year, and I think we've still come out the other side feeling confident about this winter," said The Aspen Company's Caleb Sample.
Colorado announced mandatory furlough days for state employees making more than $50,000 per year, in an effort to address the state's budget shortfall.