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Denver Hospitals Full With One-In-Four City Residents Infected With Covid

  • Cases ‘far exceeding’ last year’s surge, health chief says
  • Mayor recovering from virus bout despite jabs, booster
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Denver hospitals are full as one-in-four people who are tested receive positive results amid the worst Covid-19 surge since the pandemic began, said Mayor Michael Hancock, who is recovering from a bout of the virus despite being vaccinated.

Health officials cite the omicron variant for the latest outbreak and are imploring unvaccinated residents to get jabbed to stem the citywide surge and a roughly 25% positivity rate.