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COVID-19 outbreaks have been confirmed at these 10 Colorado grocery stores

UFCW Local 7, which represents Colorado grocery store workers, said an employee at the Capitol Hill King Soopers died.

DENVER — Data released Wednesday by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) shows there have been 90 confirmed cases of COVID-19 at 10 grocery stores in Colorado.

The number of cases has grown by 27 in the last week. While the data does not reflect it, UFCW Local 7, the union representing grocery workers across the state, said an employee at the King Soopers at 1155 E. 9th Ave. in Denver died of COVID-19.

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Here’s a breakdown of outbreaks at Colorado grocery stores:

Carniceria Sonora

347 N. 1st St., Montrose, CO 81401

Confirmed staff cases: 7

City Market

400 N. Parkway, Breckenridge, CO 80424
Confirmed staff cases: 13

Probable additional staff cases: 5

Costco Wholesale

1471 S. Havana St., Aurora, CO 80012

Confirmed staff cases: 7

Probable additional staff cases: 4

H-Mart Westminster

5036 W. 92nd Ave. Northview Shopping Center, Westminster, CO 80031

Confirmed staff cases: 8

King Soopers #25

11747 W. Ken Caryl Ave., Littleton, CO 80127

Confirmed staff cases: 4

King Soopers #29

1155 E. 9th Ave., Denver, CO 80218

Confirmed staff cases: 11

King Soopers #78

8126 S. Wadsworth Blvd., Littleton, CO 80128

Confirmed staff cases: 4

Mi Pueblo Market - Thornton

9171 Washington St., Thornton, CO 80229

Confirmed staff cases: 20


1425 S. Murray Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO 80916

Confirmed staff cases: 2


14000 E. Exposition Ave., Aurora, CO 80012

Confirmed staff cases: 14

Confirmed staff deaths: 3

Additional data released Wednesday shows that the Denver City Jail now has the second-largest outbreak in the state, behind the Sterling Correction Center. 

The Denver jail has 208 positive cases of COVID-19 and 373 possible positive cases. 

The Sterling Correctional Facility has 440 confirmed cases and two deaths. 

Another outbreak includes Steven Roberts Original Desserts in Aurora, where 104 employees tested positive for the novel coronavirus of the 770 people who work there.

A spokesperson for the company said Steven Roberts bought its own tests, but wouldn't disclose what kind. They also said every single worker who tested positive was asymptomatic meaning they weren't showing any symptoms.

During a news conference on Wednesday, CDPHE leaders said efforts are underway to track and minimize outbreaks. 

Find CDPHE's full outbreak data here.

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