Montezuma County has 18 active COVID-19 outbreaks, with 63 total positive cases, in data released Wednesday by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
The latest case reported was at Cork ’N’ Bottle, with three staff members reported testing COVID-19 positive. The date the outbreak was reported was Jan. 17.
CDPHE defines an “outbreak” of COVID-19 as two or more people who contract the virus in a single location within 14 days.
Prior to Jan. 17, the latest active outbreaks reported in Montezuma County were:
City Market, with two positive cases, reported Jan. 4.Hampton Inn Mesa Verde, with two positive cases, reported Jan. 4.Madison House assisted living facility, with four positive cases, three staff members and 1 resident, reported Jan. 6.The Valley Inn assisted living facility, with seven positive cases, four staff members and three residents, reported Jan. 7.CDPHE is reporting seven outbreaks in the county have been resolved.
As of Wednesday, Jan. 27, the Montezuma County Public Health Department is reporting 1,590 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases in the county. Of those cases, 583 are active, and 987 have been resolved.The county health agency reports 13 people have died from COVID-19, and seven other people have died with COVID-19 but the virus was not the cause of death.[email protected]