Larimer County Reports 200+ New COVID-19 Cases, Risk Level Falls
The Larimer County Department of Health added over 200 new COVID-19 cases to its cumulative tally on Thursday (Feb. 25).
With the addition of 207 new cases in the county, there have now been 19,519 COVID-19 cases recorded in Larimer County since the beginning of the pandemic.
Among the new cases, the youngest is a 2-year-old Windsor boy, and the oldest is a 79-year-old man from Estes Park.
The number of COVID-19 related deaths in the county remained unchanged Thursday; that number stands at 225 since last March.
There are 19 patients currently hospitalized across Larimer County hospitals with COVID-19, and 67% of all hospital beds are in use among patients with all conditions.
82,126 vaccines have been administered in Larimer County. Of those, 55,600 residents have received their first dose, which equates 15.6% of all residents in the county. Another 26,526 have received both doses of the vaccine and are considered fully vaccinated.
Larimer County's risk rating changed to 'high' earlier in the week, but has since returned to medium-risk; as of Friday (Feb. 26), the county's risk rating was medium with a two-week prevalence of 249 cases per 100,000 residents and a positivity rating of 4.4%.
For the latest information regarding COVID-19 in Larimer County, visit larimer.org/coronavirus.
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