COVID In Colorado: Cases, Deaths Continue To Climb Across The StateOn Wednesday, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reported 3,862 new confirmed cases of the virus. 
COVID In Colorado: Health Officials Seek Feedback On Proposed Business Certification ProgramColorado health officials are seeking feedback about a proposed certification program that would allow businesses to operate under fewer restrictions if they pass a state inspection.
Southern Colorado Hospitals Reach ICU Bed Capacity As COVID Hospitalizations Continue To RiseThere are now 13,287 confirmed COVID-19 patients in Colorado hospitals.
COVID In Colorado: Record 65,750 Tests Conducted The Day Before ThanksgivingMore than 65,000 Coloradans were tested for COVID-19 on the day before Thanksgiving.
State-Partnered COVID Testing Sites To Close For ThanksgivingColoradans should check ahead before getting a COVID-19 test this week.
COVID In Colorado: New Modeling Report Finds Highest Prevalence Of The Virus To DateOn the eve of Thanksgiving, health officials are encouraging Coloradans to celebrate the holiday with only members of their household.
An Estimated 1 in 41 Coloradans Has COVID As State Surpasses 200,000 CasesExperts warned ahead of Thanksgiving that gatherings of more than 10 people from different households have a 1 in 5 chance of spreading the virus.
CDPHE Urges Coloradans To Cancel Gatherings With People Outside Their HomeOfficials said now is the time to take every precaution, as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to rise in the state.
New Modeling Report Estimates 1 in 49 Coloradans Has COVIDCDPHE released a new modeling report on Friday, which estimates 1 out of every 49 Coloradans is infected with COVID-19 statewide.
Colorado Sets New Record For Daily COVID Tests As More Sites Prepare To OpenMore than 57,000 people received a test on Thursday, surpassing the record set on Wednesday of more than 55,000 tests.
COVID In Colorado: Record 55,085 Tests Conducted WednesdayA record number of Coloradans were tested for COVID-19 on Wednesday.