Watch this video about #Heart4Heroes – an initiative focused on providing donated PPE to small and rural hospitals. Several CO hospitals have already received donations, which have been so important during COVID-19. @AngelFlightWest @projectcure https://youtu.be/0-FrrAYfY0Q
As we get ready for the 4th of July, please help Colorado stay safe from COVID-19 while you celebrate. Limit the size of gatherings, wear a mask, stay 6 feet apart and wash your hands! #MaskUpCO https://bit.ly/3garxKA
Help us spread the word: Coloradans need you to become a Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid program) provider TODAY! Go to http://co.gov/hcpf/provider-enrollment to learn more.
#hereforyouCO #Medicaid #Colorado #HealthFirstColorado #COVID19 #HCPF #healthcare #HealthcareHeroes
Ed Hamm, a 69 year old COVID survivor, has been in the hospital at The Medical Center of Aurora for the second longest amount of time of all COVID-19 patients at TMCA, which happens to be 69 days. Today he gets to go home. Join us in wishing Ed well during his continued recovery!
Yesterday, Governor Polis told us that our actions can put us on the path to greater freedom while protecting us from getting COVID-19. He also spoke about the importance of widespread testing and contact tracing. But what exactly is "contact tracing?" Learn more in this video.
CHA, Colorado hospitals and @CDPHE continue to monitor this data carefully to identify potential discrepancies like this, as well as to quickly identify potential changes in trends. https://covid19.colorado.gov/hospital-data
Unfortunately, there was a data entry error yesterday that made it appear that Colorado hospitals had a one-day increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations. This error has been corrected in today’s data, and we continue to see a gradual decline in hospitalizations for COVID-19.
PPE is vitally important to our #HealthCareHeroes in hospitals during COVID-19. Thank you to @projectcure and other partners in #Heart4Heroes for making our Colorado heroes are protected! Learn more at http://heart4heroes.org. @AngelFlightWest @ruralhealth https://youtu.be/0-FrrAYfY0Q
While the good news is hospitalizations are declining, the rate of this decline is slowing. We still need to continue doing our part to prevent our hospitals from being over capacity if (or when) there’s a second wave of COVID-19. #COVID19Colorado
Remember - other health emergencies still happen, even during the COVID-19 pandemic. Colorado hospitals are safe and are here to care for you when you need it. Please don't delay seeking care! Find your nearest hospital ER here: https://cha.com/colorado-hospitals/find-a-hospital/
Practice social distancing by putting space between yourself and others. Continue to practice healthy habits, like washing your hands for at least 20 seconds and staying home if you’re sick, to help slow the spread of #COVID19.
Learn more: http://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus.