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Information on the Outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is working closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), our Local Public Health Agencies (LPHA) and our communities to provide updated information about the novel coronavirus outbreak.

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COVID-19 Facts

Public health recommendations to protect our communities

COVID-19 Testing

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Resources for local public health agencies and health care providers

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CONTACT

 CO-HELP

Colorado’s call line for general questions about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), providing answers in many languages including English, Spanish (Español), Mandarin (普通话) and more

303-389-1687 or
1-877-462-2911
 

 COHELP@RMPDC.org


 If you have symptoms and think you have been exposed, call a health care provider

Recent press releases

January 21, 2022
REMOTE (Jan. 21, 2022): Coloradans cleaning up their homes after the Marshall Fire should continue to protect themselves and their families from chemicals that may be released into the indoor air from smoke-impacted furniture, walls, floors, and other surfaces, but levels of chemicals measured recently do not pose an immediate health risk.
January 14, 2022
REMOTE (Jan. 14, 2022): The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment today released the final version of its Climate Equity Framework, which lays out specific actions for CDPHE to guide the implementation of the state's ambitious air quality and climate policies and programs to advance equity and environmental justice. 
January 7, 2022
REMOTE (January 7, 2022) - The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) advises all Coloradans located in cities or towns impacted by the Marshall Fire to thoroughly flush all their water taps, including all faucets, shower, and bath spouts. Residents should flush with both hot and cold water.