COVID-19 weekly summary
Hospitalization increases, vaccine rates by age, new Greek naming system for variants
Hospitalizations: There has been a sharp 71 percent increase in the number of hospitalized cases that GCPH is tracking through case investigation. This is a reminder that the virus is not gone and not everyone reacts to the virus the same way. Some people are at much greater risk of severe illness. Overall, there are fewer cases and hospitalizations, however approximately 15 percent of all of the current COVID cases are hospitalized.
Incidence & Test Positivity: The incidence and test positivity rate have been stable even with people moving around more. This stabilization is being attributed to the vaccine’s effectiveness and increased summer outdoor-based activities.
Vaccines: 12 to 15 year-olds had a 30 percent increase in vaccinations and 16 to 18 year olds had a 40% percent increase in becoming fully vaccinated. Many 12 to 15 year olds are now eligible for their second doses.
Breakdown of percentages with at least one dose of vaccine by age group.
|Age Group||Percent with at least one vaccination|
This week’s Public Health COVID clinics
Glenwood, Wednesday, June 9
Public Health in Glenwood, 2014 Blake Ave.
(Select your time by age if possible. Families may come at the same time)
9 am – 11:30 am age 12 – 15 register here
12:30 pm – 3 pm age 16 – 19 register here
3 pm – 4 pm age 19+ register here
Pfizer for anyone 12 or older
*Second dose clinic (please see other dates for your first dose if possible)
Glenwood Springs, Thursday, June 10
Public Health in Glenwood Springs, 2014 Blake Avenue
3 – 5 pm
Moderna and Pfizer (J&J vaccine if available)
*First or second dose welcome *Walk in or register
Current Stats – these come from Johns Hopkins, covidtracking.com, CDPHE, Our World in Data, CDC, Statista
* Hospitalized cases that GCPH is tracking though the contact investigation process.
Cases since last week
52 cases added over the last 7-day period for a rolling average of 7.43 cases per day.
40 confirmed COVID-19 related deaths
2 deaths have occurred amongst COVID-19 cases; cause of death was not COVID-19
0 deaths being investigated
0 new death reported since last week
|Day||7-day Cumulative Incidence||7-day Test Positivity Rate||14-day Cumulative Incidence||14-day Test Positivity Rate|
Hospitalizations : percent of cases that Garfield County Public Health is tracking through the case investigation process:
As of June 3rd, for individuals vaccinated anywhere in the state with a Garfield County address.
|Vaccine||First Doses||Second Doses|
|Janssen (Johnson & Johnson)||2,315|
|Difference from last week||616||484|
The following are the total number of doses administered by Garfield County providers as of June 3rd.
|First Doses||Second Doses||Doses Administered for the week|
|All providers as of 6/3||29,269||23,136||1,200|