Colorado Daily Status Report: January 7, 2022

 Colorado Daily Status Report Link to the full report:

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State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) Status Level 1: The SEOC is activated at level one  operations in support of COVID-19 recovery with the addition of federal partners in the facility, Marshall Fire recovery efforts with a State/FEMA Joint Field Office standing up, Afghan evacuees and drought recovery efforts. The SEOC is operational Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Current Colorado Incidents Supported by DHSEM and State EOC

DHSEM Regional Field Managers, Strategic Communications Director and SEOC General Staff are providing technical support and monitoring the resource needs of the following incidents:

Marshall Fire

Find a more detailed list of Marshall Fire links and resources on our Marshall Fire website page and the state recovery webpage.  December 30, 2021, Governor Jared Polis declared at state of emergency due to the Marshall Fire. On December 31, President Joe Biden approved a major disaster declaration.


COVID-19 Current Overview

  • 979,437  Cases
  • *  New Cases Reported (dashboard tech issues)
  • 1,355 COVID-19 Patients Hospitalized
  • 85 COVID-19 Patients Under Investigation Hospitalized
  • 4,400,629  People Tested
  • 10,402 Deaths Among All Cases
  • 10,758 Deaths Due to COVID19
  • 26.36% 7-Day Positivity Rate
  • Link to COVID-19 website case data

COVID-19 Vaccine Update

  • People Immunized with One Dose: 4,246,198
  • People Fully Vaccinated: 3,825,951
  • Eligible People Fully Immunized: 70.40%
  • Cumulative Doses Administered: 9,654,565
  • Cumulative Doses Distributed: 9,601,010
  • Vaccine Phase: 1A and 1B
  • Link to COVID-19 vaccine administration data

Afghan Evacuees

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