Updated 12:07 p.m.
In a Monday news conference, Gov. Jared Polis said the state now has enough kits to test all symptomatic Coloradans, plus health workers and essential workers who have contact with the public.
"We've been advising people that they should stay at home and self-isolate if they have symptoms," the governor announced. "That's what we're changing today. You CAN stay at home and self-isolate if you have symptoms. But we are now encouraging you to get tested. ... A month ago that wouldn't have worked because we didn't have enough tests for people who had COVID-19-like symptoms."
As of Sunday afternoon, 21,938 coronavirus cases had been identified in the state and 1,215 deaths have occurred among people with COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. Colorado has seen more than 126,000 people tested.
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