CDPHE confirms 23 additional new COVID-19 presumptive positive cases in Colorado: Total of 72

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) confirmed 23 new presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 in Colorado, based on overnight test results. Some of these results are from the drive-through testing center. That brings the total number of presumptive positive cases to date to 72. The state lab has completed test results on approximately 600 people in Colorado since testing started on February 28.
 
Because of the large number of new cases, CDPHE is shifting to report aggregate data for new cases, instead of listing details on each specific case. The data below represents all new cases based on overnight results.
 
Total new presumptive positive cases: 23
 
Age of individuals:
Teenage – 1
20s – 3
30s – 5
40s – 6
50s – 2
60s – 3
70s – 2
80s – 1
 
County of residence:
Arapahoe – 4
Denver – 4
Eagle – 5
El Paso – 1
Jefferson – 2
Pueblo – 1
Summit – 1
Weld – 2
Out of state – 3 (Currently located in these counties:)
Routt – 1
Waiting on information – 2
 
Resident/Visitor:
Residents: 20
Visitors: 3
 
Gender:
Female: 10
Male: 13
 

This story was posted on March 13, 2020.