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COLORADO CORONAVIRUS: How does the 2021 COVID-19 peak compare to the November 2020 numbers in Colorado?

DENVER (KDVR) — Colorado remains a hot spot for COVID-19, despite more than 3 million Coloradans being vaccinated.

With the wave of cases in our state, how does the data compare to what we saw last year?

According to data from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, the 2-week state positivity rate was 9.92% on Nov. 6, 2020. As of Nov. 9, 2021, the state positivity rate is 9.50%.

On November 6, 2020, Governor Jared Polis said that one in 100 people in the urban area was contagious with COVID-19.

On November 1, 2021, CDPHE said based on modeling that 1 in 48 people are contagious with COVID-19.

Current model from CDPHE on 11/1/2021

The above model shows that daily infection prevalence rates as of November 2020 are almost identical to those of 2021.

We took our positivity rates from November 5, 2020 and put them next to the positivity rates from November 8, 2021. Some provinces have a higher percentage than in 2020 and some have a lower percentage than them. did in 2020.

Rates for 2020

Rates for 2021