Mesa County is currently in the Level Severe Risk: Red phase, according to the Mesa County Public Health Department. There have been 98 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours in Mesa County.

The demographic with the highest number of cases are people between 20-29 years old. More females than males are contracting COVID-19, according to Mesa County Public Health.

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Here's a breakdown of some of the COVID-19 numbers here in Mesa County:

  • 1,617 new cases in the last two weeks
  • 38 people are currently hospitalized in Mesa County
  • 79 deaths due to COVID-19 in Mesa County
  • 50.1-75% of resources are being utilized for hospital beds and staffed ICU beds

There have been 7,000 positive COVID-19 cases in Mesa County and 100,467 coronavirus tests have been given. The majority of the sources of exposure in Mesa County are either unknown or from contact with a family member.

Mesa County Public Health has a map and a list of over 45 outbreaks. Mesa County is currently in the Level Severe Risk: Red phase and here's what that means:

  • All indoor events and entertainment are closed
  • Indoor dining is closed, outdoor dining is open with 'only groups of own househould'
  • 10% capacity for offices
  • 10% capacity for gyms
  • 25% capacity for places of worship
  • 50% capacity for critical/non critical retail

You can find out more about what our current phase and more about COVID-19 in Mesa County means here.

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