Denver Prepares for the Worst at the Colorado Convention Center

Denver Prepares for the Worst at the Colorado Convention Center

With the help of the Army Corps of Engineers, Denver is preparing to use the Colorado Convention Center as a medical facility capable of housing up to 2,000 patients with COVID-19. Though local hospitals have not reached maximum capacity, the city wants to be ready to respond to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

On April 14, Lieutenant General Todd T. Semonite toured the center to make sure the project was on track to meet its April 18 deadline.


With the help of the Army Corps of Engineers, Denver is preparing to use the Colorado Convention Center as a medical facility capable of housing up to 2,000 patients with COVID-19. Though local hospitals have not reached maximum capacity, the city wants to be ready to respond to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

On April 14, Lieutenant General Todd T. Semonite toured the center to make sure the project was on track to meet its April 18 deadline.
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