On Tuesday, there was an increase of 19 deaths of people who had the virus and 16 additional fatalities tied directly to COVID-19 over Monday’s tallies, though there’s a lag in reporting deaths to the state health department — particularly death-certificate data. There are 367 people hospitalized as of Tuesday afternoon, according to state data, the fewest since March 30.
Gov. Jared Polis has allowed dine-in service for Colorado restaurants to resume today, however some aren’t all rushing to open their doors.
The Colorado Department of Education released new guidance Tuesday to help school districts prepare to reopen for the fall semester amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but stopped short of confirming in-person classes will happen.
Throughout the day, we will share the latest coverage from Denver Post journalists on the coronavirus outbreak on this page. Also, bear in mind The Denver Post relies on support from its readers to provide this in-depth coverage of the coronavirus outbreak, so please consider buying a subscription if you haven’t already.
Here are the updates from May 26.
- With two days’ notice, Colorado restaurants take varying approaches to reopening
- Colorado auto registrations take a dive following coronavirus outbreak
- Distance drives in Colorado increased 185% over Memorial Day weekend
- Hypocrisy gone viral? Officials set bad COVID-19 examples.
- These Colorado grocery stores, retail outlets and restaurants have coronavirus outbreaks
- More symptoms, no slam-dunk drugs: What we now know — and still don’t know — about the coronavirus
- These Colorado cities and counties require masks be worn in public places
- These Colorado counties have extended their stay-at-home orders
- Frequently asked questions about coronavirus in Colorado
- Coronavirus timeline: An in-depth look at COVID-19 in Colorado
- Colorado coronavirus map: Where are cases being reported?
- Colorado unemployment FAQ: How to apply, details about missing PINs and more
- Do I have the coronavirus? Here’s what to do if you’re not sure.
- Colorado coronavirus housing FAQ: Resources for renters and homeowners
- How social distancing works and what it means for you
- Inside Colorado’s growing anti-shutdown movement