Media Coverage

from CBS4 News

Public health expert from El Paso County discusses the importance of Radon testing of homes in Colorado.

from New Falcon Herald

El Paso County Public Health addresses education and health needs through collaboration with about 80 partners within the community.

from KOAA News5

January is National Radon Action Month and El Paso County Public Health Center is encouraging you to test your home for radon.

from Colorado Springs Business Journal

Hospitalizations for RSV in Colorado are starting to decline, after an unusually early and intense start to the wintertime respiratory illness season. But public health and hospital officials warn that the “triple-demic” of RSV, influenza and COVID is far from over, and spread of these viruses will continue through the holidays. 

from Colorado Springs Business Journal

El Paso County COVID-19 data

from Colorado Springs Business Journal

Although influenza and RSV are top of mind for health care providers, they haven’t forgotten about COVID.

from KKTV 11 News

Flu, RSV, and COVID-19 cases in Colorado have been rising over the weeks. The El Paso County Public Heath Department said all three viruses are creating a burden.

from The Gazette

But severity of cases this winter could be lower than in past surges

from FOX21 News

Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) is spread like a common cold with moderate to mild cold-like symptoms for adults.

from KRDO News

The Colorado state health department made the decision to close the site in an effort to shift back to normal operations. The goal is to have residents get their vaccinations from their health providers. Such as their doctor or pharmacy.