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As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Colorado grows, here are the latest updates and information.
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Here are the latest developments on coronavirus in Colorado:
The latest major developments will be added to the top of this section each day as they happen. Information will be updated as it becomes available.
Note: This tracker includes updates beginning May 1. Looking for information we posted in our March and April coronavirus tracker? You can find it here.
Monday, May 4, 2020:
- There are now 404 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Larimer County, an increase of one from Sunday. The county reported no additional deaths Monday morning.
- Colorado’s statewide count of confirmed cases rose to 16,907 per the state’s 4 p.m. Monday release of new data. Deaths rose to 851. Cases have been reported in 56 of Colorado’s 64 counties. According to state hospitalization data, hospitals are largely keeping up with demand. With 87% of facilities updating data within the last 24 hours, none reported anticipating ICU bed shortages, while three expect shortages of protective equipment and six expect staff shortages within the next week. There were 689 people hospitalized as of Monday’s reporting, with 43 people discharged or transferred from Colorado hospitals within the past 24 hours.
Sunday, May 3, 2020:
Saturday, May 2, 2020:
- There are 16,225 cases of coronavirus in Colorado, including 832 people who have died from COVID-19 related complications. At least 737 people in the state are currently hospitalized who have been confirmed to have the coronavirus. Zero facilities are anticipating ICU bed shortages in the next week, and 437 out of Colorado’s 1,080 ventilators are in use.
- There are now 386 cases of coronavirus in Larimer County, an increase of nine from Friday. The county reported no additional deaths Saturday.
Friday, May 1, 2020:
- There are 15,768 cases of coronavirus in Colorado including 820 people who have died from complications of the disease. At least 737 people in the state are currently hospitalized with confirmed coronavirus. No facilities are anticipating ICU bed shortages in the next week and 422 of Colorado’s 1,076 ventillators are in use.
- There are now 377 cases of coronavirus in Larimer County. The county reported no additional deaths Friday.
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