AURORA, Colo. (KDVR) — New outbreak data released on Wednesday from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment shows that 80 employees between two In-N-Out Burger locations in Colorado have tested positive for coronavirus.
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- Aurora: 20 positive cases, 16 probable cases
- Colorado Springs: 60 positive cases, 9 probable
The total cases between the two locations are 80 confirmed positives and 25 probable cases. CDPHE said the outbreak began on Dec. 17 at the Aurora location and on Dec. 6 at the Colorado Springs location. Both locations opened on Nov. 20. The outbreak data is released weekly on Wednesdays.