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UPDATE: Latest Garfield County COVID-19 statistics and risk level

Latest Garfield County COVID-19 statistics and risk level


Cumulative cases: 6,195 (6 new since Sunday)

Deaths since outbreak began: 43 confirmed

Current Risk Level: Yellow-Concern

Recent 7-day case totals: June 16-21 – 53; June 8-14 – 47; June 1-7 – 47

Two-week daily case average: 7.14

Single-day high: 101 on 12/10/20

7-day incidence rate: 89.7 per 100,000 people

7-day test positivity rate: 6.7% (14-day: 5.9%)

7-day hospitalization rate: 11%

Vaccines administered (as of 6/17): 54,517 (30,065 first doses; 24,452 second doses; 52% of eligible population fully vaccinated; 60% have first dose)

Source: Garfield County Public Health


Valley View Hospital, as of 6/15/2021

Note: Valley View is updating its reporting software and will provide new figures for specimens collected and positive results when that update is complete.

Hospitalizations since outbreak began: 273 (6 new since 6/8)

Grand River Hospital, as of 6/15/2021

Specimens collected through Grand River Health: 8,526 (+86 since 6/8)

Positive results: 1,330 (18 new since 6/8)

Hospitalizations since outbreak began: 54 (2 new since 6/8)

Source: Hospital statistics released weekly on Tuesday


(Updated 6/16)

AeroCare Holdings Inc., Silt: Date determined, 5/5; 4 staff cases.

Colorado State Veterans Nursing Home, Rifle: Date new outbreak determined, 4/9; 5 resident, 7 staff cases.

FedEx Ground, Glenwood Springs: Date determined, 6/16; 7 staff cases.

Garfield County Detention Center, Glenwood Springs: Date determined, 4/7; 21 inmates, 14 staff cases

Heritage Park Care Center, Carbondale: Date determined, 5/20; 5 resident, 6 staff cases.

New Creation Preschool, New Castle: Date determined, 5/28; 4 staff, 4 attendee cases.

Renew Roaring Fork, Glenwood Springs: Date determined, 6/10; 2 resident, 3 staff cases.

Source: Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment Covid-19 outbreak data page

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