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Colorado’s COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to increase as outbreaks tick upward, too – The Denver Post

COVID-related hospitalizations in Colorado rose again Wednesday, reaching a level last seen in mid-February, while increasing coronavirus outbreaks also pointed…

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COVID-related hospitalizations in Colorado rose again Wednesday, reaching a level last seen in mid-February, while increasing coronavirus outbreaks also pointed to wider spread of the virus.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reported 450 people were hospitalized statewide with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 as of Wednesday afternoon. The last time that many people were in the hospital because of the virus was Feb. 19.
While hospitalizations are still stable or heading downward…

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