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Pueblo County joins 5 additional counties moving to Level Red


PUEBLO COUNTY, Colo. (KRDO) -- The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced Thursday evening that Pueblo County is moving to Level Red on Sunday along with four other counties.

On Sunday, November 22 the following counties are moving to Level Red.

  • Alamosa
  • Otero
  • Prowers
  • Pueblo
  • Weld

These five counties join 15 other counties that are moving to Level Red starting tomorrow.

Level Red no longer leads to a Stay at Home order, however, further restrictions on businesses will be implemented within the counties.

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  1. You’ve managed to kill just about everyone else, but like a poor marksman you keep missing the target. – Star Trek quote.

    How is it possible that every county around El Paso goes to RED and we stay at ORANGE? They need to pass this secret on to the rest of the world so we can get this virus taken care of.

    1. Especially with how they are lighting it up on the south side. Most cases by zip code
      80906: 1,221 cases
      80916: 1,018
      80910: 960
      80909: 867
      80918: 710
      80917: 537
      80911: 527

  2. It would be really interesting to see how CJC is doing as well. the first 2 of the 3 reports were CJC was being overrun by CO-VID, then the 3rd report was completely uncharacteristic and showed a extreme reduction with no explanation. Now it is simply not reported on anymore. I would bet the same causality is linked to both questions.

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