DENVER (KDVR) – The number of positive COVID-19 cases in Colorado increased by 666, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) on Friday.
On Thursday, there were 35,525 reported cases. Friday registered 36,191 according to CDPHE. A “backlog” of tests was partly responsible for the significant increase, CDPHE reported.
Large gatherings and increased social interaction were addressed by state and municipal officials as the number began to rise again.
The increase in positive cases follows the trend that the state has seen in recent days. Police picked up the uptick in a news conference on Thursday.
Hancock said on Friday that the rate of positivity increased from 3% to 4.5%. He also mentioned that Pepsi Center administers 1
Although hospital admissions have only increased by nine over the past 24 hours, the Police Department alerted police to the delay from when the symptoms of the virus present themselves.
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