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Gov. Polis gives update on COVID-19 in Colorado, July 30

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis is giving an update on the state's response to COVID-19 on Thursday as cities like Colorado Springs have seen a steady rise in cases over the entire month of July.

Watch below:

According to state statistics, there have been 44,565 positive cases for the coronavirus with 1,799 deaths since the state began keeping track. Gov. Polis did say earlier this week that while cases have risen, the number of hospitalizations in the state related to COVID-19 has remained stable and he said hospitals are "fine."

We'll update this article with information when available.

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  1. “Gov. Polis did say earlier this week that while cases have risen, the number of hospitalizations in the state related to COVID-19 has remained stable and he said hospitals are “fine.”

    There we go. That is the truth we need to hear.

  2. You people like RealityCheck understand that YOU WILL eventually get this virus right? Best thing you guys can do is exercise and fill up on your vitamins! I don’t want anything to happen to you unlike that tsco256873 guy! He can move right on over to North Korea!

  3. In the next few weeks there will be 4,570 large scale meetings starting that will go on 8 hours a day 5 days a week. Why Governor are these meetings ok and other large scale meetings and gatherings are not? Why can one not cause the spread and others can?

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