DENVER (CBS4) – The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reports 44 Coloradans have died from the coronavirus (COVID-19), up from 31 on Friday. New numbers reported on Saturday shows 274 people have also been hospitalized.

Denver and Eagle Counties remain the two with the most number of cases; 367 and 204 respectively.

El Paso County has seen the most deaths (10), while Weld County has the second highest at seven deaths.

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Also new on Saturday, there are now 10 known outbreaks at residential and non-hospital health care facilities. State officials says 13,276 people have been tested.

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