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Based on your feedback, we will provide more frequent #PuebloCOVID19 updates. Lo…

2020-07-27 17:16:43

Based on your feedback, we will provide more frequent #PuebloCOVID19 updates. Look for updates at 4PM Mondays and Fridays. At this time there will not be an update on Wednesdays.

Health officials from the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment announced one Pueblo County resident has died related to COVID-19. A 38-year-old man, who previously was reported positive for COVID-19, died. The reported death brings the total in Pueblo County to 34.

Public health officials from the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment announced 38 new positive COVID-19 cases in Pueblo County since Wednesday, July 22. The positives cases are a 5-year-old female, 17-year-old female, 19-year-old female, 20-year-old female, 20-year-old female, 21-year-old female, 22-year-old female, 29-year-old female, 30-year-old female, 30-year-old female, 41-year-old female, 42-year-old female, 44-year-old female, 45-year-old female, 47-year-old female, 49-year-old female, 49-year-old female, 57-year-old female, 66-year-old female, 68-year-old female, 74-year-old female, 79-year-old female, 16-year-old male, 18-year-old male, 20-year-old male, 21-year-old male, 21-year-old male, 24-year-old male, 27-year-old male, 31-year-old male, 34-year-old male, 34-year-old male, 35-year-old male, 35-year-old male, 38-year-old male, 38-year-old male, 39-year-old male and a 41-year-old male. Pueblo County has a total of 573 confirmed positive and probable* cases among Pueblo County residents. The total number of people testing, 11,857 is not reflective of everyone testing negative in Pueblo County.

Confirmed and probable cases have been combined to align with state and national data. However, the COVID-19 Status Update chart will continue to show probable cases.

As cases continue to be investigated, the data in this update is subject to change.

*A probable case meets the clinical criteria and epidemiological evidence, yet it has not been laboratory confirmed with a test. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is now reporting probable cases across the state.


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