Coronavirus Colorado: The Colorado Department of Health confirmed the first case of COVID-19. This is a visitor who came to the county, a man in his 30s. Apparently, it was spread through a person with COVID-19 outside of Colorado.
This same Thursday, Governor Polis announced that Colorado has a second “alleged positive” case in Colorado unrelated to the first case.
Because the tests conducted the doctor at the state level. They will send the “Suspected positive” cases to the CDC for official confirmation. The state is acting in all cases “alleged positive” as if they were confirmed. Because the rapid response is essential to minimize the spread of the virus.
Public health professionals are investigating and will attempt to notify any other person who has been suffering due to this case.
The individual who initially gave presumably positive. It is recovering in isolation in the Denver metropolitan area and will remain isolated until authorized by public health officials.
Coronavirus Colorado: The department is working with local public health agencies to identify any close contact that has been suffering from the virus.
Public health professionals will attempt to communicate with anyone who has been suffering symptoms of COVID-19.
“We hope that the patient will have a speedy recovery,” said Jill Hunsaker Ryan of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Health officials advise Colorado residents to take simple disease prevention measures, stay informed, and prepare.
Practice good hygiene. Wash your hands well with soap and water. In the lack of soap and water, use hand sanitizer; use your elbow or sleeve to cover the cough and sneeze.
Stay home if you are sick; Keep your children at home if they are sick. The disease can last for many days, so make preparations to work from home if possible.