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COVID-19 surges in Colorado; doctors urge vigilance


DENVER (KDVR) — COVID-19 cases are slowly creeping up again across the U.S. and in Colorado.

Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows emergency room visits because of COVID were up more than 18% nationwide last week. Doctors in Colorado say there is no need to panic, but be mindful of the rising cases amid the surge.


“We’re definitely seeing a lot more positive cases for COVID right now than you would expect for a summer-cold kind of time period,” said Dr. Carrie Horn, chief medical officer for National Jewish Health.

Horn said the crud going around could be COVID-19, and people with it may not know it.

“I would say, though, with positives — that’s only what gets reported to the state. There are still a lot of home tests that are out, so the true number of people that are positive for COVID or have COVID is going to be higher than what the numbers show on the dashboards, unlike in the past when everything was tested,” Horn said.

FILE - This 2020 electron microscope image made available by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows SARS-CoV-2 virus particles which cause COVID-19. If you’ve been sick with COVID-19, you may have some protection against certain versions of the common cold. A study published Wednesday, June 12, 2024, in the journal Science Translational Medicine, suggests previous COVID-19 infections lower the risk of getting colds caused by milder coronavirus cousins, which could provide a key to broader COVID-19 vaccines. (Hannah A. Bullock, Azaibi Tamin/CDC via AP, File)
FILE – This 2020 electron microscope image made available by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows SARS-CoV-2 virus particles which cause COVID-19.(Hannah A. Bullock, Azaibi Tamin/CDC via AP, File)

COVID-19 infections can bring long-term risks

Doctors say they are catching most cases through people who are coming in to get medical care and through wastewater surveillance. Data from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment showed about 95 people were hospitalized with COVID-19 in Colorado as of last week.

“We’re certainly not hitting numbers like we did in 2020 and 2021,” Horn said. “And I think the biggest concern is around people who are going to get severe illness or potentially die, right? That’s really always been the concern. We really don’t want people to the point where they have long-term consequences.”

Even with vaccines and medications for treating COVID-19, there is still a possibility that people can have long-term effects after being infected. Horn said it’s critical to look out for one another by remembering the practices learned during the height of the pandemic to reduce the spread.

“Really, you just don’t want to feel sick and you don’t want to get anyone else sick, so good hand-washing, staying home if you can if you are ill, wearing a mask so you don’t spread things if you don’t feel well but you have to go out. Or if you are at risk, wearing a mask in public is still OK,” Horn said.

Coming off the heels of a big holiday weekend with travel and gatherings, doctors said to expect an uptick in cases.



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