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    Commentary: Have Colorado’s COVID policies done more harm or good?

    Jan 3, 2021
    The “costs” of public health measures have been questioned by critics who view the broader economic consequences of these interventions as too high. To understand the consequences of public health measures, we need to know what would have happened if steps were not taken to control the pandemic.
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    Latest model indicates infections are decreasing

    Dec 18, 2020
    “This declining trajectory of the epidemic could be reversed by holiday lapses if Coloradans don’t remain vigilant in wearing masks, limiting contact with others outside of their households, and maintaining distance in public spaces,” said Jonathan Samet, MD, MS, dean of ColoradoSPH.
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    State and ColoradoSPH release latest modeling report

    Dec 5, 2020
    The CDPHE and ColoradoSPH released an updated modeling report that estimates one out of every 40 residents in the state is infected with SARS-CoV-2, the highest prevalence to date. These estimates reflect infections occurring before Thanksgiving and do not yet reflect any impact of Thanksgiving travel or gatherings.
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