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DENVER (KDVR) — There are more vaccinated COVID patients in Colorado hospitals than there are unvaccinated patients.

According to the latest information from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s COVID dashboard, 43% of the state’s currently hospitalized COVID patients are unvaccinated.

Of COVID-positive patients, 44 are unvaccinated and 59 are vaccinated.

The numbers potentially point to the breadth of vaccinations in the Centennial State. The state’s monitor lists 77.6% of all Colorado residents as vaccinated.