COVID-19 In Larimer County: New Deaths, Confirmed Cases Reported
New confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths have been reported and added to Larimer County's cumulative total - a number that has risen since the beginning of the pandemic in March.
According to the Loveland Reporter-Herald, Larimer County’s cumulative total of confirmed and probable cases reached 4,534 on Tuesday (Nov. 2), as 86 new confirmed cases and two deaths were added to the Larimer County Department of Health's COVID-19 cumulative tally.
A 60-year-old Fort Collins woman died Sunday, Nov. 1, and a 98-year-old Estes Park woman died on Friday, Oct. 30.
With the addition of the two COVID-19 related deaths, the total number of deaths in the county since March currently stands at 59.
Among the 86 new confirmed cases, 39 cases were found in Fort Collins, 24 in Loveland, 7 in Wellington, 5 in Estes Park and 4 in Berthoud.
The youngest case is a 1-year-old Loveland girl, and the oldest case is a 98-year-old Estes Park woman.
The total number of outbreaks in Larimer County held steady at 78 since March, with 23 of those still active. The number of suspect cases in the county also held steady at 503 as of Tuesday's report.
For more COVID-19 related information, visit larimer.org/coronavirus.
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