Coronavirus in Colorado: What to know Wednesday morning, April 15

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Here are the latest facts about the coronavirus pandemic here in Colorado.

Right now, there are 7,941 positive cases. That’s 250 more than the previous day. There are 329 deaths due to the virus, and 1,556 hospitalizations.

So far, 39,580 people have been tested.

Denver County continues with the most positive cases, at 1,402, with 56 deaths. There are 652 positive cases in El Paso County, with 41 deaths. In Pueblo County, there are 64 positive cases with four deaths.

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