Larimer County's cumulative total of COVID-19 cases continues to grow as new cases are confirmed throughout the area.

According to the Loveland Reporter-Herald, the Larimer County Department of Health reported 87 new confirmed coronavirus cases on Monday (Nov. 2). The county's new cumulative total stands at 4,448 since the beginning of the pandemic in March.

Over the course of the last seven days, Larimer County has added 526 new cases to its cumulative total, with the two largest case days during the pandemic being Friday (Oct. 30) with 167 cases and Saturday (Oct. 31) with 109 cases.

Among the 87 new confirmed cases, 41 were found in Fort Collins, 26 in Loveland, two in Windsor, one in Johnstown, one in Bellvue, and one each in Estes Park, Berthoud, Wellington and Timnath.

The youngest case is a 10-year-old Loveland boy, and the oldest case is an 85-year-old Estes Park woman.

Suspect cases in the county grew by one to 503, while the number of deaths and outbreaks remained unchanged at 57 and 78, respectively.

For more information, visit larimer.org/coronavirus.

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