Three models have very different takes on a coronavirus peak

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Three models have very different takes on a coronavirus peak

Projections from CU medical center say the worst of the coronavirus is to come. A Washington model says Colorado has already hit its peak.
Three models predict widely varying effects of the spread of COVID-19, but all see May as a difficult month and a possible second wave this fall. Above, workers at a drive-up testing site in Montrose.
Projections by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington of the needed critical-care hospital beds in Colorado to treat patients with COVID-19. Captured on April 6, 2020.
A projection for hospitalizations in Colorado from COVID-19 by Covid Act Now, captured on April 6.
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis delivers his second State of the State address in the House chambers at the state Capitol on Jan. 9, 2020. (Kathryn Scott, Special to The Colorado Sun)

Three models have very different takes on a coronavirus peak

Three models predict widely varying effects of the spread of COVID-19, but all see May as a difficult month and a possible second wave this fall. Above, workers at a drive-up testing site in Montrose.
Projections by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington of the needed critical-care hospital beds in Colorado to treat patients with COVID-19. Captured on April 6, 2020.
A projection for hospitalizations in Colorado from COVID-19 by Covid Act Now, captured on April 6.
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis delivers his second State of the State address in the House chambers at the state Capitol on Jan. 9, 2020. (Kathryn Scott, Special to The Colorado Sun)
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