Coronavirus Colorado Update: 912 Cases, 11 Deaths

This article originally appeared on the Denver Patch

As of Tuesday afternoon, there were 912 cases of the new coronavirus in 35 counties our state, and around 7,701 people had been tested, public health officials confirmed. There were 84 people hospitalized.

Denver is now under a stay-at-home order in an effort to combat the spread of the new coronavirus. The City of Boulder, Pitkin County and San Miguel County have also issued stay-at-home orders.

Under the orders, residents will still be able to leave their homes to get groceries and medicine. People who work in essential services are exempt from the order.

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Here is the county breakdown of positive cases:

Adams – 27
Arapahoe – 69
Boulder – 49
Broomfield – 5
Chaffee – 3
Clear Creek – 3
Crowley – 1
Delta – 1
Denver – 176
Douglas – 53
Eagle – 96
El Paso – 106
Elbert – 3
Fremont – 1
Garfield – 10
Grand – 2
Gunnison – 40
Hinsdale – 1
Huerfano – 1
Jefferson – 73
La Plata – 1
Larimer – 43
Logan – 2
Mesa – 5
Montrose – 3
Morgan – 3
Park – 1
Pitkin – 18
Pueblo – 3
Routt – 4
San Miguel – 1
Summit – 10
Teller – 3
Weld – 76
Yuma – 1
*Unknown or pending – 18

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