Summit County COVID-19 Case Data

Summit County Public Health is actively monitoring, tracking and investigating COVID-19 cases in our community. On this page we provide cumulative positive cases, tests, test positivity rate, hospitalizations, deaths, oubreaks and breakdowns by age, sex and race/ethnicity. We update the data and charts below by 10 a.m. each weekday as we receive new test results for local residents.

Milestones for Reopening

To view Summit County's progress toward State of Colorado milestones on a variety of metrics, view our COVID-19 Milestones page.

Unless otherwise specified, all case data below pertains to Summit County residents only. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) counts cases among visitors in their county of residence, even if they are tested here. If you have questions, contact us at via email or call 970-668-9730.

Cumulative Data Summary

A COVID-19 case is defined based on the Position Statement of the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists.

Daily COVID-19 Confirmed and Probable Cases, Deaths and Hospitalizations

This chart shows the number of new positive COVID-19 cases of Summit County residents by date reported to CDPHE; COVID-19 hospitalizations by admission date; and deaths among COVID-19 cases, on a daily basis since March 13, 2020. In many cases, test results are reported to us up to seven days after a test is administered. Thus, the number of cases shown for the most recent five to seven days are not yet complete and could increase as we receive additional reports.

Due to delays in our receipt of test results, data from the most recent 5-7 days are not yet complete.
To view statewide data and compare Summit County with other counties in Colorado, see CDPHE case data.


Test Positivity Rate

This chart shows the percentage of reported PCR tests that are positive for COVID-19, by the date a test is administered. The positivity rate helps public health officials assess the spread of COVID-19 in the county and understand whether viral testing is sufficient to find infections that are occurring within the community.

A polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test is a diagnostic test that can show if you have an active infection of the novel coronavirus. The data in this chart do not include antibody tests, which look for antibodies that are made by your immune system in response to the virus. To learn more about the definition and calculation of the positivity percentage, visit the CDPHE Case Data page.

Daily COVID-19 Tests and Positive Results

This chart shows the total number of COVID-19 tests of Summit County residents each day and the number of those tests that are confirmed positive tests.


Positive and Probable Cases by Age Group

This chart shows the cumulative number of positive and probable cases of COVID-19 among Summit County residents, broken down by age group.


Positive and Probable Cases by Sex

This chart shows the number of positive and probable cases of COVID-19 among Summit County residents, broken down by sex. Due to the small number of cases among transgender and gender-nonconforming people, data on those cases are not included in this chart. Displaying this data could compromise the privacy of those tested.

Positive and Probable Cases by Race/Ethnicity

This chart shows the number of positive and probable cases of COVID-19 among Summit County residents, broken down by race/ethnicity. The ‘Hispanic/Latinx’ ethnicity category includes people of any race. The ‘Other’ category includes Black / African American, Native American / American Indian, Pacific Islander, Asian, Asian American and multiracial people. Due to the small number of these cases, further breaking down the data could compromise the privacy of those tested.

Cifras de casos COVID-19 en el Condado de Summit

Salud pública del condado de Summit está monitoreando, rastreando e investigando activamente los casos COVID-19 en nuestra comunidad. Actualizamos las cifras y las gráficas abajo mencionadas a las 10 am cada día según recibimos nuevos resultados de las pruebas para los residentes locales.

A menos que se especifique lo contrario, todos las cifras de casos a continuación se refieren solo a los residentes del Condado de Summit. El Departamento de Salud Pública y Medio Ambiente de Colorado (CDPHE por sus siglas en inglés) cuenta los casos entre los visitantes en su condado de residencia, incluso si se hacen las pruebas aquí. Si tiene preguntas, contáctenos por correo electrónico o llame al 970-668-9730.

Cumulative Data Summary

A COVID-19 case is defined based on the Position Statement of the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists.