Every Colorado County Now Has at least 1 COVID-19 Case
From Adams to Yuma, all 64 of the counties in Colorado have at least one reported case of COVID-19, as the last county to not have one now does.
The Colorado Department of Health & Environment (CDHE) updated its COVID-19 data recently. Data includes a breakdown of how many cases of the pandemic are in each of the state's 64 counties.
Since the pandemic began Kiowa County, 236 miles from Fort Collins on the eastern border of Colorado and Kansas, had not had one reported case. Until now.
CDHE is reporting that Kiowa now joins the list, with one case of COVID-19.
According to the same data, Denver County has the most with 12,785 cases.
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