State of Colorado
County-by-County Breakdown (COVID-19)

TOTAL CASES: 572,460 | DECEASED: 7,063
U.S. CENSUS EST. POPULATION:5,758,736

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Last updated at 07/25/21 01:02 am MDT
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RANK COUNTY POPULATION
Est. by US Census
CASES DEATHS % OF POPULATION
AFFECTED
% OF ALL CASES
IN CO
% OF ALL DEATHS
IN CO
1 Denver 727,211 75,412 849 10.370% 13.17% 12.02%
2 El Paso 720,403 75,300 897 10.452% 13.15% 12.70%
3 Arapahoe 656,590 65,158 844 9.924% 11.38% 11.95%
4 Adams 517,421 63,087 764 12.193% 11.02% 10.82%
5 Jefferson 582,881 49,676 811 8.522% 8.68% 11.48%
6 Weld 324,492 34,144 355 10.522% 5.96% 5.03%
7 Douglas 351,154 31,726 272 9.035% 5.54% 3.85%
8 Larimer 356,899 28,410 248 7.960% 4.96% 3.51%
9 Boulder 326,196 24,541 261 7.523% 4.29% 3.70%
10 Pueblo 168,424 19,810 425 11.762% 3.46% 6.02%
11 Mesa 154,210 18,053 264 11.707% 3.15% 3.74%
12 Fremont 47,839 6,614 64 13.826% 1.16% 0.91%
13 Eagle 55,127 6,474 23 11.744% 1.13% 0.33%
14 Garfield 60,061 6,406 52 10.666% 1.12% 0.74%
15 Broomfield 70,465 5,096 76 7.232% 0.89% 1.08%
16 La Plata 56,221 4,257 41 7.572% 0.74% 0.58%
17 Logan 22,409 4,071 69 18.167% 0.71% 0.98%
18 Montrose 42,758 3,953 68 9.245% 0.69% 0.96%
19 Summit 31,011 3,866 8 12.467% 0.68% 0.11%
20 Delta 31,162 3,095 70 9.932% 0.54% 0.99%
21 Morgan 29,068 2,772 96 9.536% 0.48% 1.36%
22 Pitkin 17,767 2,650 4 14.915% 0.46% 0.06%
23 Routt 25,638 2,399 21 9.357% 0.42% 0.30%
24 Crowley 6,061 2,217 17 36.578% 0.39% 0.24%
25 Montezuma 26,183 2,152 28 8.219% 0.38% 0.40%
26 Otero 18,278 2,095 67 11.462% 0.37% 0.95%
27 Teller 25,388 1,961 18 7.724% 0.34% 0.25%
28 Elbert 26,729 1,919 14 7.179% 0.34% 0.20%
29 Chaffee 20,356 1,812 25 8.902% 0.32% 0.35%
30 Alamosa 16,233 1,782 38 10.978% 0.31% 0.54%
31 Bent 5,577 1,550 22 27.793% 0.27% 0.31%
32 Grand 15,734 1,529 7 9.718% 0.27% 0.10%
33 Gunnison 17,462 1,408 6 8.063% 0.25% 0.08%
34 Prowers 12,172 1,285 22 10.557% 0.22% 0.31%
35 Las Animas 14,506 1,236 14 8.521% 0.22% 0.20%
36 Moffat 13,283 1,181 26 8.891% 0.21% 0.37%
37 Archuleta 14,029 1,119 3 7.976% 0.20% 0.04%
38 Lincoln 5,701 1,042 4 18.277% 0.18% 0.06%
39 Yuma 10,019 976 17 9.741% 0.17% 0.24%
40 San Miguel 8,179 944 1 11.542% 0.16% 0.01%
41 Rio Grande 11,267 941 18 8.352% 0.16% 0.25%
42 Park 18,845 865 5 4.590% 0.15% 0.07%
43 Lake 8,127 845 1 10.397% 0.15% 0.01%
44 Conejos 8,205 757 25 9.226% 0.13% 0.35%
45 Rio Blanco 6,324 681 5 10.769% 0.12% 0.07%
46 Kit Carson 7,097 657 12 9.257% 0.11% 0.17%
47 Clear Creek 9,700 492 3 5.072% 0.09% 0.04%
48 Washington 4,908 477 13 9.719% 0.08% 0.18%
49 Saguache 6,824 470 7 6.887% 0.08% 0.10%
50 Huerfano 6,897 451 18 6.539% 0.08% 0.25%
51 Phillips 4,265 401 13 9.402% 0.07% 0.18%
52 Baca 3,581 325 4 9.076% 0.06% 0.06%
53 Ouray 4,952 310 4 6.260% 0.05% 0.06%
54 Gilpin 6,243 287 3 4.597% 0.05% 0.04%
55 Costilla 3,887 254 5 6.535% 0.04% 0.07%
56 Custer 5,068 236 2 4.657% 0.04% 0.03%
57 Sedgwick 2,248 235 3 10.454% 0.04% 0.04%
58 Cheyenne 1,831 132 6 7.209% 0.02% 0.08%
59 Dolores 2,055 130 1 6.326% 0.02% 0.01%
60 Mineral 769 96 1 12.484% 0.02% 0.01%
61 Kiowa 1,406 95 3 6.757% 0.02% 0.04%
62 Jackson 1,392 67 0 4.813% 0.01% 0%
63 San Juan 728 47 0 6.456% 0.01% 0%
64 Hinsdale 820 31 0 3.780% 0.01% 0%

Mortality rate between 2-3% (blue), 3% or more (red)

1. Percent of total cases in Colorado. 2. Percent of total deceased in Colorado 3. Mortality rate of the county


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Data from The New York Times, based on reports from state and local health agencies.

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