112 cases in most recent two weeks (10/12-10/25/2020).
Our community needs to remain diligent in continuing to decrease disease transmission.
Maintain distance between others, wear masks indoors, and avoid large gatherings.
We need to continue following the 5 Commitments to Containment to slow and manage the spread.
Local Disease Spread Trends
In past 14 days: 32% of newly reported cases were close contacts of a known case. 16% of newly reported cases were exposed outside of Eagle County.
52% of new cases could not recall a known exposure to someone with illness or confirmed COVID-19.
Continue to see an increase in disease transmission with the main driver being smaller private gatherings, creating clusters of illness that connect to other social event clusters.
Number of New Cases
112 cases over the past 14 days (10/12-10/25/2020).
Incidence has increased over the past 14 days.
Percent of Tests That Come Back Positive
Testing volume has increased and turnaround times continue to be stable with most results reported in less than 3 days.
Hospital Admissions, Medical Visits, and Severe Disease
5 COVID-19 hospitalizations over the past 14 days
26 average daily outpatient respiratory visits per day over the past week
State & National Trends That Impact Eagle County
Colorado continues to see an increase in disease incidence and hospitalizations.
The majority of the U.S. is seeing an increase in disease transmission.
European countries continue to experience an increase in disease incidence.
Risk Level and Performance Indicator status are updated weekly.
Data reflects disease spread trends from 1-3 weeks prior to patient testing or hospitalization.