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New coronavirus outbreaks reported in Colorado schools, grocery stores, restaurants

Katie Mckennan
October 15, 2020

As the state sees a spike in cases and an increased number of positive tests, COVID-19 outbreaks continue to be recorded at Colorado colleges, restaurants, grocery stores and more.

With 1,527 confirmed cumulative cases among students, the University of Colorado-Boulder has the largest novel coronavirus outbreak in the state. Colorado State University has 375 students who, according to data from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, tested positive for the virus on Wednesday.

The University of Denver, where CDPHE said 210 students tested positive for COVID-19, has added a new outbreak.

Other outbreaks recently added to the list include one at Mesa County’s Orchard Mesa Lanes bowling alley, where 21 participants tested positive for COVID-19, as well as Weld County’s Pelican Lakes Golf Club, where, according to CDPHE ‘s results, 13 participants tested positive for COVID-19.

Keep reading for a look at COVID-19 outbreak information by category. It’s worth mentioning that CDPHE categorizes an outbreak as two or more cases, and that numbers are cumulative — meaning that the case count doesn’t equal how many people are sick at once.

According to Wednesday’s data, there are 45 outbreaks associated with education in Colorado.

There are 16 active outbreaks listed at childcare facilities in Colorado.

There are 19 active COVID-19 outbreaks at restaurants across Colorado.

Grocery Stores
There are currently COVID-19 outbreaks at five Colorado grocery stores.

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