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Less COVID in Boulder

a third of a million people live in Boulder County, perhaps one-tenth of whom are Jewish, according to recent demographic studies. Of those human beings, as of Dec. 19, 166 individuals had perished at the hands of the coronavirus pandemic since it began its deadly progression early in 2020; more than 13,000 had tested positive or were considered probable for COVID-19; nearly 400 were hospitalized; and over the previous two weeks, some 400 new cases per 100,000 people had been diagnosed. As sobering as those numbers are — and as tragic as each of Boulder County’s pandemic-caused deaths were — the metrics in Boulder are far better than a great many other American communities. That translates into the fact that in the midst of a […]
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