Prepared by the Colorado COVID-19 Modeling Group
Colorado School of Public Health: Andrea Buchwald, Elizabeth Carlton, Debashis Ghosh, Irina Kasarskis, Jonathan Samet, Emily Wu; University of Colorado School of Medicine: Kathryn Colborn; University of Colorado-Boulder Department of Applied Mathematics: Sabina Altus, David Bortz; Colorado State University: Jude Bayham

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Effective reproductive number (Re) reflects hospitalization data through 09/13/2021. In regions with smaller populations, reported cases are also used to generate these estimates. The prevalence of infections and percent of the population infected is estimated for 09/06/2021. Due to lags between infection and hospitalization, estimates of transmission control and the effective reproductive number represent the spread of infections through approximately 08/31/2021.

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Are infections increasing or decreasing?
How many people are infectious?
Re Infections areโ€ฆ Prevalence per 100,000 People infectious Percent of Population Estimated Immune
0.9 Decreasing 1,047 1 in 95 80
Due to lags between infection and hospitalization, the estimated effective reproductive number (Re) reflects the spread of infections approximately two weeks prior to the data of the last observed hospitalization.