March 30, 2020

Current Status

Mesa County Testing Status

Positive*

12

Negative

271

Pending

44

Source of Exposure for

Mesa County Cases

Travel related

5  

Known contact

5  

Unknown

2

Gender

Mesa County

Colorado

Male

9 (75%)

1,257 (47%)

Female

3 (25%)

1,358 (52%)

Unknown

0 (0%)

12 (1%)

Case Counts By Age Group

Age Range

Mesa County

Colorado

0-9

0 (0%)

28 (1%)

10-19

0 (0%)

49 (2%)

20-29

0 (0%)

384 (15%)

30-39

1 (9%)

455 (17%)

40-49

1 (9%)

404 (15%)

50-59

4 (33%)

471 (18%)

60-69

5 (41%)

369 (14%)

70-79

1 (9%)

282 (11%)

80+

0 (0%)

174 (7%)

Unknown

0 (0%)

11 (0%)

*Cases include people who had a positive lab test and people who public health officials have determined were likely to have COVID-19 because of their symptoms and their close contact with someone who tested positive.


Colorado Case Summary (as of 03.29.20)  

Colorado positive cases: 2,627 (47 counties)

Colorado hospitalized: 326

Colorado people tested: 15,364

Colorado deaths: 51


Public Health priorities


Governor Update

*NEW* Gov. Jared Polis provided an update on Colorado’s response to COVID-19 as well as information on current cases in Colorado, including the number of cases, hospitalizations, and fatalities. Gov. Polis was also joined by Dr. Marc Moss, head of pulmonology at the University of Colorado - Anschutz Medical Campus and a doctor at UC Health who came to represent the thousands of medical professionals working on the front lines in Colorado.


Public Health Recommendations

*NEW* Law enforcement and detention centers


Daily COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions:

Does Mesa County Public Health contact everyone who has been tested?

Yes, people who go to the sample collection site managed by Mesa County Public Health are notified via phone call within 24-hours of us receiving the results. We call everyone with either positive or negative results. If your sample was collected at a different location, you should receive results from that organization directly.

For up-to-date information on COVID-19 visit health.mesacounty.us.

If you have questions, email us at healthinfo@mesacounty.us or call 970-683-2300.