Colorado’s coronavirus death toll has jumped to 463, according to data from the state health department.
Amber Hoffman, an estate agent in Denver, said she’s seeing more and more people who had to leave their homes because of the coronaviruses outbreak.
“We’ve had more people coming in and out,” Hoffmann said.
“The numbers are so high, that’s not the case.
It’s been going up.
There’s been more people leaving.”
Hoffman said people who lost their homes in the virus outbreak are often not notified, but often are not allowed to move out.
Colorado has been dealing with the coronacosis crisis since October.
The state’s health department reported 5,079 new coronaviral cases and 5,929 deaths, the most since the virus began in the U.S. in 1999.
Hospitals in the state reported nearly 4,000 new infections and 4,900 deaths, which the state’s chief health officer, Dr. Thomas Frieden, has called the “new normal.”
In the past month, at least 3,000 people have died from coronavids in Colorado, a figure that is now at or near the state average, according the state Department of Public Health.
Frieden said more than 5,000 coronavuses have been reported in the last week, but it’s too early to say whether the new numbers are an accurate count of the total number of deaths.
Colorado has also reported a spike in the number of coronavillosis-related deaths.
The number of confirmed deaths in the Denver metro area jumped to 6,719 from 4,965 on Monday, according data from state health officials.
There were 738 confirmed coronavillian deaths in Colorado on Monday.
In total, the state has reported more than 8,500 confirmed coronacovirus cases and 9,913 deaths, according a statement from the Department of Health and Environment.
State Health Commissioner Dr. Mark Schauer said the death toll in the new outbreak is expected to rise to 8,000 in the next week.
The latest spike in coronavid cases and deaths in Denver came just as the state began to ease the burden on residents to curb the spread of the virus.
The city’s new mayor, Suzanne Jackson, said in an interview with CBS Denver that her administration is trying to limit the spread and prevent the spread in neighborhoods that have been hit hardest by the virus and the coronasome outbreak.
Hoffmann, who owns two homes in Denver and the nearby village of Coronacoke, said her business has seen an increase in inquiries from families and friends worried about the spread.
She said she believes that is a result of a change in mindset, with the people who are being exposed now realizing that they need to get out of their homes.
Many of the people coming into our estate sales are just getting over it, said Hoff, who also owns a business in Aurora, Colorado.
People have lost their houses and homes and have no idea how to deal with it.””
They’re not used to it.
People have lost their houses and homes and have no idea how to deal with it.”
Colorado health officials have urged residents to make sure their pets and children are vaccinated, and Hoffmans advice is to make a point of being home for the next three weeks.