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Denver Public Health and the Denver Department of Public Health & Environment (DDPHE) evaluate multiple sources of data to examine and monitor trends in the COVID-19 pandemic in Denver. There are multiple measures that serve as indicators for if the COVID-19 pandemic is worsening or improving in Denver. These include earlier indicators of COVID-19’s spread, such as case rates and testing, and later indicators, such as hospital capacity. The following set of metrics are key indicators being used to inform public health actions and guidance. 

  • People Experiencing Homelessness Dashboard (updated every Monday)
    People experiencing homelessness are often at increased risk of COVID-19 and more severe outcomes from disease due to factors including less ability to self-isolate while in congregate settings (such as shelters) as well as often living with other underlying health conditions. This dashboard helps us to monitor COVID-19 outcomes among people experiencing homelessness and how well we are doing with prevention efforts.
  • Epidemiology Data
    For more information, visit the Denver Public Health COVID-19 Data Summary (use Edge or Chrome); it contains data on cases, hospitalization, deaths, demographics, trends, vaccines, testing and ED and urgent care visits.

How to Register for the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Vaccine

The COVID-19 vaccine is available through Denver Health (please note, the Immunization Clinic at Denver Public Health is unable to offer distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine):

Free COVID-19 Testing in High Incidence Neighborhoods

If you live in high incidence neighborhoods and have symptoms of COVID-19, certain Denver Health community clinics now have the ability to offer free COVID-19 testing to the general public, even if you are not a Denver Health patient. (Denver Health patients should schedule testing with their provider.)

Additional COVID-19 Testing

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