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Colorado can expect increase in COVID infections in coming weeks as JN.1 variant takes hold

Country seeing sharp increase in COVID cases, slower rise in hospitalizations

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Written by The Denver Post on January 12, 2024

Colorado likely will experience a rise in COVID-19 and other respiratory viruses in the coming weeks, but the state isn’t expected to see major challenges to health care capacity. Given the national trajectory, Colorado most likely is entering a period of increasing infections, said Cathy Bradley, dean of the Colorado School of Public Health.

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