As hospitalizations in Colorado continue their slow decline, data shows that recent COVID-19 patients are doing better than patients diagnosed in the early months of the pandemic. The death rate has fallen from about 15% in March and April to about 10.5% in May.
Meanwhile, the MLB is working to reopen with a 60-game schedule as players return to practice on July 1. Three Rockies players have tested positive for coronavirus after workouts at Coors Field.
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