Over the past week, more than 5,000 new cases of the coronavirus have been reported in Colorado, according to public health data.
More than a dozen counties in the state are at risk of increased restrictions after a recent spike in cases. The surge has been seen across Denver's metro region as many people understandably experience "COVID-19 fatigue," health officials said.
"We're tired of the coronavirus, but the coronavirus isn't tired of us," Gov. Jared Polis continues to say during his bi-weekly news conferences.
As of Friday, 76,619 people have been infected with the coronavirus in our state among 995,817 people who have been tested since the outbreak began, health officials confirmed.
Around 7,855 people have been hospitalized, and the death toll has reached 2,103.
Denver, Jefferson, Arapahoe, Adams and Douglas counties could see a shift in the state's COVID-19 Dial if their numbers don't drop soon:
Here's a breakdown of cases and deaths in each county:
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