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Adult & Child Center for Outcomes Research and Delivery Science


Big Events With Big Crowds Are Back In Colorado, But The Risk Of COVID Never Left

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Written by CPR on September 21, 2021

Infectious disease doctor Sean O’Leary, with Children’s Hospital Colorado, and a primary investigator with ACCORDS, agrees your level of risk depends on what events you’re looking to attend and your personal circumstances. When it comes to children under 12, who can’t yet get vaccinated, the risk to them of severe disease, hospitalization or death is lower than older adults. 

“But it's not zero,” said O’Leary. “It's something that I think is a very personal decision in terms of ‘are you willing to accept that risk?’” 

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