Health officials in Colorado have a new indication about why the coronavirus is spreading rapidly within the state, and it’s mostly due to the same reasons it’s spiking across the country.
What’s going on?
- Colorado reported 587 active COVID-19 outbreaks in the state.
- These outbreaks happened at “schools to offices to child care centers to a group bunco night,” according to 9 News.
- The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) released a new list of active outbreaks and what is leading to spread.
The list includes:
- Child care centers
- Social gatherings
- Grocery stores
The list included specific social gatherings that led to an outbreak. Those social gatherings included:
- A bunco night
- A dinner party
- A wedding
Meanwhile: Utah could see a rise in COVID-19 cases as cool weather arrives in the state, according to the Deseret News. Cool weather could drive people inside, which would allow people to spread the virus quicker.