City and County of Denver COVID-19 Status Update

Published on July 09, 2021

The City and County of Denver today provided the following COVID-19 status update:

MLB All-Star Game Reminders

For the past several weeks, venues across the Denver metro area have been opening both indoor and outdoor settings without an uptick in cases. This is largely due to the vaccination rate in the area surpassing 70%. In addition, the city’s positivity rate is below 2% and case counts and hospitalizations remain low. For vaccinated fans and visitors to the city, MLB All-Star Game events are a return to the things they enjoy. However, the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment strongly encourages unvaccinated fans participating in any MLB All-Star Game events to wear a mask and maintain an appropriate distance wherever possible.

CVS Health and MLB are teaming up to host a free vaccination clinic for all eligible teenagers and adults to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at PLAY BALL PARK, All-Star Week’s biggest free fan event at the Colorado Convention Center. For more information fans should visit this website:

MLB and CVS’s press release about all PLAY BALL PARK details is also available here:

Delta Variant in Denver

Currently, the City and County of Denver is aware of 18 confirmed cases of the Delta variant. City public health experts continue to monitor and update the public on all cases, including variants, to protect and provide the safest community for Denver residents and visitors. People who are fully vaccinated are highly protected against COVID-19 including the variants. Vaccinations are free and readily available to anyone, with or without insurance.

Upcoming Vaccination Events and Locations


Disabled American Veterans (DAV)

  • Thursday, July 15, 3-7pm
  • 8720 E Colfax Ave.
  • No appointment necessary, open to the public
  • The public can receive their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine at this clinic; however, no second dose will be offered. Attendees will need to arrange for their second dose at another provider like their local pharmacy.

Boys & Girls Club Vaccination Events

The City and County of Denver is partnering with the Boys & Girls Clubs to offer free vaccines. The following locations are offering walk-in vaccine opportunities:

  • Owen Boys & Girls Club - 3480 W. Kentucky Ave.
    • Wednesday, July 21, 3-6 pm
  • Broncos Boys & Girls Club - 4397 Crown Boulevard
    • Thursday, July 22, 3-6 pm
  • Johnson Boys & Girls Club - 3325 West 16th Dr.
    • Thursday, July 29, 3-6 pm

Colorado Health Network

  • Friday, July 30, 11am-2pm
  • 6260 E Colfax Ave.
  • First or second dose of Moderna; J&J will also be offered
  • No appointment necessary, open to the public 

Interested parties can visit this City of Denver webpage for a list of current vaccination events:

Denver County Current Status: 

 *Numbers represent data as of Friday, July 9 and are subject to change.

  • Denver residents 12 and older initiating vaccination – 1st Dose received: 467,615 (73.9%)
  • Denver residents 12 and older completing vaccination – Fully vaccinated: 429,151 (67.8%)

Denver one-week cumulative incidence rate (7-day moving average)

  • Friday, July 2: 16.6 average of new daily cases per 100,000 population
  • Saturday, July 3: 18.8
  • Sunday, July 4: 20.9
  • Monday, July 5: 21.2
  • Tuesday, July 6: 20.9
  • Wednesday, July 7: 21.2
  • Thursday, July 8: 21.5

One-week average positivity rate*

  • Friday, July 2: 1.7
  • Saturday, July 3: 1.6
  • Sunday, July 4: 1.5
  • Monday, July 5: 1.4
  • Tuesday, July 6: 1.3
  • Wednesday, July 7: 1.3
  • Thursday, July 8: 1.4

* The most recent 7 days of testing may be incomplete due to delays in laboratory analysis and reporting.


  • Persons hospitalized with COVID-19 Denver County: 25 (7-day average)


Cumulative Denver positive cases: 73,876

Cumulative Denver deaths from COVID-19: 851

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