Public health officials from the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment announced today there were 4 additional positive COVID-19 cases for Pueblo County. The count includes 48-year-old male, 57-year-old male, 20-year-old female, and 58-year-old female.


Pueblo County now has a total of 43 confirmed positive cases among Pueblo County residents. Seven additional positive cases are from individuals residing in other counties (one from Alamosa, one from Crowley County, one from Huerfano County, one from Douglas County, one from Fremont County, one from Rio Grande, one from Custer County). There have been 391 tests administered in Pueblo County. There have been 327* negative results with 11 tests results still pending, and three tests unable to be read and determined unsatisfactory. To date, two Pueblo County residents have passed away.

*(Negative test results reflect only those reported by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and do not include those negatives results from tests administered through private labs).


Pueblo County’s 43 COVID-19 Confirmed Cases

Gender   Age
Male        20
Male        24

Male        26
Male        32
Male        36
Male        41 
Male        48
Male        52

Male        57
Male        57

Male        59
Male        63
Male        63

Male        70
Male        76
Male        79
Male        80 (passed away)
Female    19
Female    20
Female    26

Female    34
Female    36
Female    37
Female    41
Female    44

Female    47
Female    48
Female    52
Female    53
Female    55
Female    58

Female    63
Female    65

Female    67
Female    68
Female    71
Female    73
Female    75

Female    76
Female    77
Female    80
Female    81 (passed away)
Female    82


Beware of Law Enforcement Impersonators Stopping Drivers Due to Stay-at-Home Order

Local law enforcement officers are NOT conducting stops of individuals in response to the Governor’s Stay-at-Home order. Officers are still conducting stops for moving violations or traffic infractions and with that stop, they may inquire about the Stay-at-Home order. There have been reports in other counties of impersonators stopping people and doing checkpoints. Drivers should be aware and protect themselves from these impersonators. If you get stopped, make sure the vehicle has proper markings of police, sheriff or State Patrol. If you have doubts about who is stopping you, call 911 and ask the dispatcher to ask the law officer to provide proper identification. There is no mandate for individuals to carry an official letter stating they are an essential employee.


Local Mental Health Resources
Mental Health Resources are available in Pueblo, contact your mental health care provider.  Services are also available through Health Solutions at 719-545-2746. Health Solutions recently added information on self-care activities to help during periods of stress on its website at


Governor Polis Encourages Residents to Vote in Upcoming Municipal Elections

Governor Jared Polis encourages residents in communities with municipal elections scheduled on April 7, to participate in the elections. In an effort to preserve the right to vote in a free and fair election, the Governor has issued guidance to ensure people can vote safely. The guidance includes: encouraging absentee methods of voting, where possible; follow social distance guidelines; encourage early voting and voting during off-peak hours; drive-up voting or ballot drop off; consulting guidance provide by the Colorado Municipal League and local health agencies on how to safely conduct elections. Read the full guidance here.


Pueblo WIC Open, Accepting New Appointments
Pueblo Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) is open. Appointments can be made by telephone by calling (719) 583-4392.


Colorado Center on Law and Policy Offers Resources
Housing and rental payments here
COVID-19 Resources for Immigrants (Spanish and English)


Security Tips For Websites and Email While at Home
Cybersecurity experts warn the public to be vigilant during this worldwide pandemic as more people are teleworking from home. Individuals are reminded to be on the lookout for scams related to COVID-19 and to be aware of emails with malicious attachments or links to fraudulent websites. Organizations/businesses allowing people to telework should adopt a heightened state of cybersecurity particularly if using a virtual private network (VPN) due to more vulnerabilities found and organizations being less likely to keep them updated with the latest security updates. For more on cybersecurity go to


Help Protect Pueblo from COVID-19
Everybody has a responsibility to protect the Pueblo community and our most vulnerable in Pueblo by: 

  • Minimize social activities and being physically close to other people.
  • Isolate yourself if you feel symptoms of shortness of breath, cough, temperature of 100.4 or higher call your medical provider before visiting them.
  • Do not go to the emergency room unless medically necessary.   
  • Wash your hands with soap regularly. 
  • Cough or sneeze into elbow or tissue. 
  • Stay home when you’re sick. 
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth. 
  • Avoid close contact with sick people. 
  • Clean surfaces frequently touched. 


Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment encourages residents and media to seek out credible, reliable sources of information on COVID-19: 


All public and media inquiries in Pueblo are answered through the local hotline at Pueblo’s Joint Information Center. Pueblo COVID-19 Hotline is answering questions 8AM – 5PM, Monday – Friday 719-583-4444.