As we first reported in April, all 64 Colorado counties are now considered high-risk for radon exposure, according to new information from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Twelve counties, mostly in southern Colorado, that were previously considered “at moderate risk” for exposure to radon were upgraded to the “high-risk” category in the latest report.
Read more about Radon Risks in Colorado Counties at the Channel 7 Website.[box]
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