Colorado Public Radio: Gov. Jared Polis began his first COVID-19 update of the week with the announcement that two pieces of information that the public has clamored for will soon be available.
The state will soon release racial data and feel that they have 75 percent of the total information, but not all of it has been collected. Additionally, the state will also start to report hospital discharges of patients whose condition has improved.
“That’ll be very important to see the pattern of who’s hospitalized for — not who by name — but how many people are hospitalized for two or three days, for 10 or 12 days, the outcomes of which ones are discharged,” Polis said.
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