The Tri-County Health Department reported eight Parker residents are being treated after testing positive for COVID-19, bringing Douglas County’s total to 44 cases over the weekend.
Tri-County Health displays a running tally of patients it is currently treating with coronavirus on its website tchd.org/818/coronavirus.
Three of the Parker cases are listed under Elbert County on TCHD's site, which likely means the patients have Parker mailing addresses but live in unincorporated Douglas County. The three Elbert County Parker cases are not counted in Douglas County's total.
As of March 24, Highlands Ranch has 17 reported cases, followed by Castle Rock with 10, Lone Tree with nine, Parker with eight and one in Franktown. Two cases are reported by Littleton residents, though they likely live in unincorporated Douglas County with a Littleton mailing address.
These are the first known presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 in Parker. Tri-County stated its epidemiologists are working with 127 people from Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas counties who tested positive for COVID-19.
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