The number of COVID-19 hospitalizations in Colorado has stalled at around 300 for weeks.
DENVER — If you’re also guilty of refreshing Chris Vanderveen’s Twitter account for his 4 p.m. numbers update, you might have noticed that lately, Colorado’s hospitalization numbers have just stayed … flat.
This is a key metric in the state’s fight against COVID-19, since one of the main goals is not to overwhelm hospital systems with people fighting the virus.
At the peak of the winter surge, there were nearly 2,000 novel coronavirus patients in Colorado hospitals. That number has dropped to around 320 – and