Counting COVID in Colorado

Sadly, Boulder saw its first death today. Numbers went up significantly compared to the steady incline we’ve seen the past couple of days. Denver is the hardest hit, yet other counties have a higher death rate. I find that checking these numbers each night keeps me in check and not getting lazy or slack off with germ awareness.

March 29, 2020. Total cases 2,307. 326 hospitalized, 46 counties, 14,470 people tested, 47 deaths, 10 outbreaks at residential and non-hospital care facilities.

  • Denver 408, 5 deaths
  • Arapahoe 241, 3 deaths
  • El Paso 214, 11 deaths
  • Jefferson 213, 5 deaths
  • Eagle 187, 2 deaths
  • Weld 180, 9 deaths
  • Unknown 176
  • Adams 110
  • Douglas 102
  • Bouder 90, 1 death
  • Larimer 84, 3 deaths
  • Gunnison 79, 1 death
  • Pitkin 27, 2 deaths
  • Garfield 25
  • La Plata 21
  • Broomfield 17
  • Routt 16
  • Chaffee 15, 1 death
  • Summit 11
  • Mesa 11
  • Pueblo 10, 1 death
  • Out of State 10, 1 death
  • Montrose 8
  • Teller 7, 1 death

Published by jensharp13

I am a Boulder, Colorado based cycling coach that focuses on the whole athlete and the balance needed in order to perform at your best.

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