Coronavirus in Colorado: Saturday, November 7 evening update

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.– According to updated data released on Saturday by the state, the current coronavirus case summary reads as follows:

Cases: 127,967 (+3,498 from Friday)
Hospitalizations: 9,997 (+86)
Counties: 64 
People tested: 1,303,345 (+17,044)
Deaths among cases: 2,389 (+13), Deaths due to COVID-19: 2,168 (+0)
Outbreaks: 1,403 (+25)

El Paso County currently falls into ‘Safer Level 2’ on the Safer at home dial.

Under Safer at Home Level 2, indoor restaurants and places of worship are limited to 50% capacity or 50 people (or up to 100 with calculator). Offices and retail can operate at 50% capacity. Gyms can operate at 25% capacity, or 50 people. There is a cap of 175 people on outdoor events.

Here is a breakdown of outbreaks across the state of Colorado (weekly and monthly):

On Wednesday, the state Epidemiologist said Colorado could exceed ICU hospital capacity in late December.

>>Click here to see where other counties fall in the ‘Safer‘ dial.

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