COLUMBIA, Colo.

— Colorado will have the highest COVID levels on record.

The latest data shows the state’s COVID infection rate at nearly 1,200 per 100,000 people.

Colorado has the highest rate of coronavirus deaths in the country at 2,037 per 100.

The state has also been hit hard by coronaviruses.

A new study says Colorado is seeing a marked decline in coronaviral deaths.

The study was conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the University of Colorado-Boulder.

It found that Colorado is at a critical time for coronaviolosis control.

“We’re very pleased to see that the number of COVID infections in Colorado is lower than it was before COVID,” said CDC Director Dr. Thomas Frieden.

The CDC says coronavolosis can cause serious, life-threatening complications.

The agency is urging Colorado residents to stay home and not travel to areas where the virus is circulating.

People are urged to use extra caution while traveling to and from work.

People who are vaccinated for COVID, as well as those who have been exposed, should wear protective clothing and limit outdoor activity, including sports, camping and outdoor activities, to a minimum of 15 minutes.

People with weakened immune systems, including those with weakened liver function, should stay home if they have a fever, cough or runny nose.

People who have other symptoms of coronaval disease should seek medical attention.

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