Coronavirus in Colorado: What to know Monday morning


COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — The latest numbers from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment show our state has 2,307 positive COVID-19 cases.

Statewide, 47 people have died from the virus, and 326 have been hospitalized. So far, more than 14,000 tests have been conducted.

El Paso County Public Health reports 214 confirmed cases within the county. Eleven people have died, which is the most of any Colorado county.

>> Tap here for a look at numbers statewide

In international news, Tokyo Olympics organizers said Monday that the opening ceremony will take place on July 23, 2021–almost exactly a year after the games were due to start this year.

More information on Monday morning’s top coronavirus stories:

>> Tokyo Olympics will open in July 2021

>> State COVID-19 update: 2,307 cases and 47 deaths

>> Pueblo Sheriff’s Office implements mandatory health screenings before entering buildings

>> Gov. Polis says coronavirus pandemic “every bit as serious” as natural disaster

>> Protestors say: Stay-at-home order violates the constitution

>> Trump extends virus guidelines, braces US for big death toll

>> El Paso County hotline connects residents with coronavirus information, resources

>> Fort Carson Soldiers deploy to Washington state for COVID–19 Response

>> Nonprofit connects Colorado Springs Moms online

>> Western Omelette closes its doors after 28 years amid coronavirus pandemic

>> MAP: Southern Colorado schools providing free meals during closures

>> More coverage of coronavirus in Colorado

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