The coronavirus has sickened more than 1,700 people in Colorado and killed at least 33. More than 200 people are hospitalized.
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A Telluride couple is paying for their entire county’s coronavirus tests. They hope the results will stop the disease everywhere.
The idea is that the data collected in the testing can be used far beyond the box canyon that holds Telluride and broader San Miguel County
The victims were a man in his 60s from El Paso County and an older person with preexisting conditions from Crowley County
Colorado hospitals are postponing elective surgeries, reusing masks in preparation for a coronavirus surge
Hospitals and urgent care centers are already seeing numbers rise as more people who aren’t infected but are worried about COVID-19 come to get examined
U.S. moves nearer to coronavirus shutdown as Colorado health officials recommend groups of 50 or more don’t gather
Because large events can fuel the spread of the disease, the CDC said gatherings of 50 people or more should be canceled or postponed throughout the country for the next eight weeks.
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The order marks the most significant use of Polis’ powers since he declared a state of emergency on Tuesday
Lisa Merck, a nurse practitioner, was sick for weeks before she was finally tested for COVID-19. “It didn’t even cross my mind,” she told The Colorado Sun of having the life-threatening disease.
The person who died was a woman in her 80s with underlying health conditions. She lived independently in El Paso County.