May 13, 2021
Health News

Colorado National Guard member working nursing home outbreak tested positive for new coronavirus strain – The Denver Post

The state’s first confirmed case of the new, more contagious variant of the coronavirus and a suspected second infection were discovered in a pair of Colorado National Guard members sent to Elbert County to assist with a nursing home outbreak, officials said Wednesday.
Colorado on Tuesday became the first state to confirm the new variant known as B.1.1.7 in the United States. By Wednesday, California’s governor announced that his state also had verified its first case involving the fast-moving strain…

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