COVID-19 in Summit County
Protect yourself and others from being infected by:
- Stay up to date with COVID-19 Vaccinations,
- Stay home and get tested if you're symptomatic,
- Get tested if sick,
- Isolate when you have COVID-19, even if you do not have symptoms.
- If you're exposed, check the current exposure guidance at CDC to take precautions.
Get up to date information on positive cases, outbreak data, cumulative data, trends, vaccination rates at our new dashboard
Everyone in Summit County is encouraged to test for COVID-19 when you have symptoms or have been exposed. This page includes information on at home testing kits, and testing for travel.
Find out where to get a COVID-19 vaccine in Summit County and other updated information regarding vaccines for kids, boosters and accessing vaccine cards.
Treatments are available for individuals infected with COVID-19 who are diagnosed early in their infectious period; consult a doctor or medical professional for more information on whether you are eligible and where to get treatments.
Information and links to resources for ongoing response to COVID-19 for local businesses, employers, employees, and community partners.
Summit County, and its partners, aid the community in a variety of ways, including food and meals, mental health care, transportation, and financial assistance; This page provides a list of links to local resources.
Summit County and the State of Colorado have public health orders in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19. These orders place restrictions on a variety of activities, including commercial activities, social activities, and community gatherings.