Summit County and the state are likely just a few weeks away from the peak of new coronavirus cases, according to Summit Community Care Clinic Chief Medical Officer Dr. Kathleen Cowie.
“I think we’re reaching our peak,” Cowie said. “Just talking this week with folks from (St. Anthony) Summit Medical Center and from other medical providers in the state, we’re getting close, but we’re not quite there yet.”
Officials from Centura Health, parent company of St. Anthony Summit Medical Center, said Monday in a news release that the company expects the “health systems’ and communities’ response to COVID-19 to be critically important these next two weeks through at least the end of April and into early May in Colorado.”
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