Colorado’s COVID-19 hospitalizations continued rising over the weekend as Gov. Jared Polis issued multiple public health orders to try to save beds — including one that halted cosmetic procedures for a month.

While the number of people hospitalized for COVID-19 is lower than it was at the December peak, the state has fewer beds available, because more people are seeking care for other severe health problems, and some staff have gone to other states or left the health field.

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