Coronavirus in Colorado: What to know Monday morning


COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Six people have died of coronavirus in Colorado, according to the latest numbers.

As of Sunday, there were 591 cases of the virus reported statewide, with 58 people hospitalized.

As of Sunday, 51 cases have been reported in El Paso County, with three deaths. The most recent death was a man in his 70s.

There are now three confirmed positive cases in Pueblo.

More information on Monday morning’s top coronavirus stories:

>> 116 new coronavirus cases in Colorado bringing total to 591

>> Governor Polis provides coronavirus update for state of Colorado

>> Polis: Colorado restaurants can sell alcohol with take-out, delivery

>> El Paso County Sheriff’s Department employee tests positive for COVID-19

>> Hospital staffer on Fort Carson tests positive for coronavirus

>> First positive COVID-19 case identified at Fort Carson

>> Peterson AFB establishes coronavirus testing point

>> Alliance for Kids holding supply drive for Colorado Springs childcare centers

>> Pueblo mayor discusses city coronavirus response

>> District 60 expanding ‘drive-thru’ meal program

>> National news: What you need to know today about the virus outbreak

>> Support the Springs: A resource to help inform, motivate, unite local businesses

>> King Soopers offers full sick pay, cash bonus to employees working during COVID-19 crisis

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