Efforts to inoculate the U.S. population are well underway, and the Biden Administration has announced plans to vaccinate 300 million Americans by the end of the summer. While this is encouraging news, the coronavirus pandemic is still raging and the already staggering public health toll will no doubt continue to rise. To date, 25,734,266 Americans have been infected with COVID-19 — and 429,233 of them have died as a result.

The disease’s spread has not been even across the country, however, and some parts of the U.S. have been hit especially hard, while others have been spared some of the worst effects. In the West, an area consisting of the 11 states west of Texas and the Dakotas as well as Alaska and Hawaii, there have been a total of 6,038,525 confirmed cases — or 7,742 per 100,000 people. For context, the national per capita infection rate stands at 7,866 cases per 100,000 people.

Of the 13 Western states, Colorado has the fourth fewest COVID-19 cases per capita. So far, there have been a total of 395,016 known infections in the state, or 6,936 for every 100,000 people.

For its population size, Colorado has a disproportionately small number of COVID-19 infections in the region. Home to about 5,695,600 people, Colorado accounts for 7.3% of the total population in the West. However, known cases in the state account for only 6.5% of all known cases in the region.

All COVID-19 data used in this story are current as of Jan. 31, 2021.

These are all the counties in Colorado where COVID-19 is slowing (and where it’s still getting worse).