Colorado releases data on COVID-19 outbreaks at non-hospital, residential health care facilities

Posted at 5:50 PM, Apr 15, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-16 07:55:43-04

DENVER – As the number of COVID-19 outbreaks at non-hospital and residential health care facilities across Colorado continues to grow, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment on Wednesday started releasing data on the outbreaks at particular facilities.

As of April 15, there were outbreaks at 83 facilities in Colorado. Several of the facilities have more than a dozen confirmed cases and many have several deaths.

As of Wednesday, the data showed 528 residents tested positive for the virus; 116 were probable for the virus; 138 residents had died who had tested positive for the virus; and another 39 residents who died were probable for the virus.

It also showed 466 staffers at the facilities have tested positive; 168 staffers are probable with the virus. The data also includes the five people who have died at meatpacking plants in Colorado.

Scroll through the container embedded below for the latest information on outbreaks from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, or click here.

Data includes all CONFIRMED outbreaks of COVID-19 reported in Colorado.

Data on case counts is provided by each facility with an outbreak. Data is requested each week.

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