DENVER (CBS4) – Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game and events are believed to be the source of a COVID-19 outbreak among more than a dozen attendees. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment on Wednesday added the All Star Game to its active outbreak list.

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Health officials know of 14 fans who attended either the game or surrounding events earlier this month and then tested positive for COVID-19. The outbreak was reported to the state on July 21.

The Colorado Rockies are also on the active outbreak list with 8 confirmed COVID-19 cases listed among staff. Those cases were reported to the state on July 16.

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There are currently 123 active outbreaks in Colorado. The state defines an outbreak as five or more confirmed or probable cases of COVID-19, of which at least one case has had a positive molecular amplification test or antigen test in a facility or (non-household) group with onset in a 14-day period.

A map of the current outbreaks is available here. CDPHE updates the COVID-19 outbreak list each Wednesday at 4 p.m.