Coronavirus in Colorado: Latest COVID-19 updates from May 9-10, 2020

Posted at 11:44 AM, May 09, 2020

NOTE: This is the live blog from Saturday and Sunday, May 9 and 10. Click here for the live blog from Monday, May 11.

Friday was the final day Denver County, as well as other Front Range counties, remained under the stay-at-home order. Restrictions will slowly start to relax in the following days.

The counties extended their stay-at-home orders through May 8 in order to further flatten the curve of COVID-19 in their areas and to take more time to prepare for businesses to reopen in the heavily-populated counties. Much of the rest of the state moved to the safer-at-home phase starting April 27.

READ MORE: List of Colorado businesses that are open

Click here for the latest update on the number of cases, the age, gender and location of presumptive positive, indeterminate and confirmed cases from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

Below, we're updating this blog with the latest information regarding COVID-19 in Colorado.

Latest updates:

Sunday, May 10

4:14 p.m. | Latest COVID-19 Colorado data

Here's the latest COVID-19 Colorado data (Change from Saturday):

19,703 cases (+328)
3,631 hospitalized (+8)
60 counties (+1)
104,077 people tested (+3,467)
971 deaths (+4)
190 outbreaks (+2)

2:54 p.m. | Some Denver-area churches resume in-person service Sunday

With the easing of some restrictions after stay-at-home orders were lifted Saturday, a few Denver-area churches resumed in-person service Sunday, but precautions were taken.

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Saturday, May 9

4:31 p.m. | Denver-area retailers spring back to life, but with restrictions in place

It has been a quiet couple of months since COVID-19 forced the shutdown of retail businesses in the metro area. But some Denver-area retailers are springing back to life after counties began lifting strict stay-at-home orders Friday.

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4:23 p.m. | Latest COVID-19 Colorado data

Here's the latest COVID-19 Colorado data (Change from Friday):

19,375 cases (+548)
3,623 hospitalized (+23)
59 counties (+0)
100,610 tested (+3,838)
967 deaths (+7)
188 outbreaks (+4)

Click herefor the live blog from Friday, May 8, 2020.