Current CDC Covid-19 Community Level
Pitkin County is currently at a HIGH level. Learn more.
- Aspen Valley Hospital Capacity: COMFORTABLE*
(Based on an evaluation of inpatient hospitalizations, transfer capacity, healthcare workers out and average daily visits in ER, respiratory evaluation, and COVID-19 testing)
- Pitkin County Resident Hospital Admissions: 1 (in past 28 days)
- All Colorado Hospitalizations:
- 91% of Acute Care Beds in Use
- 89% of ICU Beds in Use
- 50% of Those Hospitalized are Unvaccinated
7-Day COVID-19 Case Summary (6/7-6/21)
- New Pitkin County cases: 52
- Resident Incidence Rate: 299/100,000
(The cumulative incidence rate is calculated by dividing the total number of cases over the census population, then multiplying by 100,000)
7-Day Testing Summary (6/7-6/21)
- Positivity Rate: 19%
- Positivity Increase/Decrease: 9% Increase over the prior 7-day period
Pfizer and Moderna Approved for 6 mo-5 Years
On June 18th, the CDC updated their recommendations to allow ages 6 months to 5 years to receive a pediatric Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to increase their protection against the virus. Public Health is encouraging parents to consult with their pediatric provider for any questions or concerns that they have about vaccinating their child. Read more here.
Testing Changes Coming to Pitkin County – Stay Tuned
Changes are coming to the testing services in Pitkin County. The county is currently working with the state to provide a newer free testing option for residents. Stay tuned by reading our COVID update, as well as checking our website and social channels for upcoming updates on COVID-19 testing in Pitkin County.
Testing No Longer Required for International Travel
International flight passengers will no longer need to be tested before boarding a flight to or out of the United States. COVID-19 is still a prominent illness and is easily spread during activities like travel. Read more here for recommendations for traveling.